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Re: [Xen-users] How to receive the IP-address of an Xen instance that is using DHCP?

  • To: "Gregor Perner" <gregor@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • From: "Jochen Hebbrecht" <jochenhebbrecht@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 7 Feb 2007 15:52:26 +0100
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2007/2/7, Gregor Perner <gregor@xxxxxxxxxx>:
You can ping the hostname...

That would be a good idea ... only, that doesn't work:

on dom0
root@Jochus:~# cat /etc/xen/guestdom1
hostname = "guestdom1"

on domU
root@guest:~# echo $HOSTNAME

on dom0
root@Jochus:~# ping guest
ping: unknown host guest
root@Jochus:~# ping guestdom1
ping: unknown host guestdom1

:-( ...

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