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Re: [Xen-users] Xen domU stalling during boot

It turns out that I didn't have the neccessary tty's, and found it like 3
minutes before your email, was just getting ready to send it out. So it
all works well now. Can anyone recommend a good site for bootstrapping a
minimal debian sarge system? I just did a normal bootstrap with
debootstrap but apparently I missed a command or two to generate needed


> At 07:01 PM 3/24/2006, you wrote:
>>on it. The problem I am having is I booted it up and it sits right here:
>>INIT: Id "6" respawning too fast: disabled for 5 minutes
>>INIT: no more processes left in this runlevel
>>And it all started when it ran cron. Anyone run into this? Any idea what
>>it could be?
> It looks like your vtty's aren't setup and working
> properly.  Probably something to do with /dev/vtty1 not having been
> created.  It could be that something is botched in etch though.  What
> happens when you run a non-Xen kernel?  Can you gzip a log (you might
> have to get it from serial console) of the boot-up and send it if you
> can't get this resolved?  There's probably a more significant error
> message about /dev somewhere.  In the past this would have cause
> Linux to fork-bomb and you'd have no clue what happend, at least it's
> playing nice.
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