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[Xen-users] domain migration doesnt migrate config files??

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  • From: "Jeff Lane" <sundowner225@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2006 19:16:09 -0500
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So I had to Xen servers running.  Server 1 had 4 domUs on it.  I tried
migrating them to Server 2 and was successful.  Note I did NOT do a
live migration because that locks the sending server up.

So after migrating my domUs to server 2, I went to shutdown server 1
and accidentally powered off server2 also.  When I brought server 2
back up, I could not restart any of the domUs and could not find any
of their config files.

Does migration migrate the entier domain (including sparse files,
config files and so forth) or does it just migrate the data that Xen
stores in RAM to get the machine running on the relocation server??


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