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Re: [xen-Users] once machine is shutdown dom1, etc are lost and need to be recreated.

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  • From: Two KHz <twokhz@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 9 Nov 2005 22:12:29 +0530
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> Scenario:  I have installed the xen on Red hat linux. After booting the
> xen I Have created the domain inside the domain 0.  

You never create domainU inside domain0, domUs are U_npreviledged domain, dom0 (ID=0) is previledged domain. ;-)


Now When I shutdown
> the system and restart it. I have to recreate the domain.  After
> restarting the Domain 0 if we fire the xm list command it will show only
> domain0 running. It won't show the Domain1 which we have created
> earlier. So now for starting the domain 1 we have to recreate it.


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