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[Xen-users] SAN setup for migration of Xen domains.

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  • From: Dushmant Mohapatra <d_mpatra@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2007 13:39:37 -0700 (PDT)
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I want to setup an environment where I can test live migration Xen domains (with SAN storage).

Initially I had setup my environment as follows: RHEL 5.0 + Xen (Default 3.0.3 version supplied with RHEL 5.0) on 2 Xeon machines. I had also put RHEL 5 Guest domains on each of the machines. The storage for guest domains were allocated as files  on the local hard disk on each of the machines (means I did not create separate hard disk partition for the guest domains. Instead allocated as files).

Till this there was no SAN involved.

Now I want to shift to SAN set up for live migration of Xen domains.

I have mapped the two Xeon machines to volumes on SAN. But I am not sure what is to be done after this? Do I need to reinstall everything?

So can any one please tell me what all I need to do for this? 

(Let me know about any pointers to any reading materials related to this topic.)

Please help...


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