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[Xen-users] Fedora Core 5 Xen xenconfig migration

Hello out there

Till last week I hab my testserver running fine with Fedora Core 4 and xen 3. At monday I had the idea to use the new Fedora Core 5 with his new xen implementation. It's nice to create a guest with their new xenguest-install.py script, but I need my old xen domU configurations. Especially I have to run a Fedora Core 4 Guest, because Oracle 10g is not running on FC5 (glibc problem). But when I try to use my old configurations, I get an error message while booting:

Error: Error creating domain: Kernel image does not exist: /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.16-1.2080_FC5XenU

So, the file exists, that's not the problem. I tried also to use the xen-sysm.... variant. But nothing worked. I used also the ramdisk option. My domU config file looks like:

kernel         = "/boot/vmlinuz-2.6.16-1.2080_FC5xenU"
memory         = 256
name         = "sweb01"
extra         = "selinux=0 3"

disk         = ['phy:VolGroup00/root.sweb01,sda1,w'
root         = "/dev/sda1"

### N E T W O R K

vif     = [ 'bridge=xenbr-pub' , 'bridge=xenbr-int' ]

Hope sombody has a migration guide Xen FC4 to FC5 for me.:-)

bye Philipp

Philipp Jäggi
SNCT Sandweiler
bp 23
L-5230 Sandweiler

+352 35'72'14'342

mailto: philipp.jaeggi@xxxxxxx
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