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Re: [Xen-users] Problems with migration...

Tweak /etc/xen/xend-config.sxp

You want xend-relocation-server set to yes - it probably already is.

Now look at xend-relocation-hosts-allow - set the string to '' and restart the 
Xend on the destination host.  The comment describes the behaviour in more 

That should work.  For more security, you can tighten that regexp to 
correspond to your source host, but obviously IP spoofing makes this 

Let us know if you have any problems


On Tuesday 28 March 2006 23:33, Jeff Lane wrote:
> Hello everyone...
> I am testing Xen 3 and having a bit of a problem migrating domUs...
> my recieving xen server says that it is rejecting the connection on
> port 8002.  Iptables has no rules and all policies are set to accept.
> Is there something in Xen that needs to be configured to allow the
> server to accept domU migrations??
> The user manual doesnt say much, the wiki at xensource.com isnt
> terribly helpful, and google gives me page after page of IRC logs...
> anyone know what the deal is with this?
> Thanks
> Jeff
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