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RE: [Xen-users] xen 3 networking concepts

> > > After starting xend, with the default bridging setup, the 
> following 
> > > kernel messages are displayed:
> > 
> > After a fresh boot, execute 'sh -x /etc/xen/scripts/network-bridge 
> > start' and look at the output.
> > 
> > I suspect the script is bailing out part way through.
> When I do this on a fresh boot without starting xend, I get 
> the output attached in nb.txt.  Networking still works 
> afterwards, I have a new interface called peth0 and a bridge 
> called xenbr0 (note no dash).
> When I now start xend I also end up with a bridge called xen-br0.

It sounds like you have stuff left over from your old xen2 install.

I'm betting you have a file called /etc/xen/scripts/network that you
should delete, along with an old xend-config.sxp


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