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Re: R: Re: [Xen-users] Can't migrate domains

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What Linux distribution are you using?
Fedora for example has some packet filter rules active by default that prevent any access to port 8002 over the network.
Try iptables -L -v

On 7/16/07, andrea15@xxxxxx <andrea15@xxxxxx> wrote:
I tried so
(xend-relocation-hosts-allow '^.*$')
but I had the same
debian:~# xm migrate vm01
Error: can't
connect: No route to host
Usage: xm migrate <Domain> <Host>

however I
haven't yet used a networked solution for my disk images. they're
stored on local hard disk.I wanted to be sure of my configuration
before, facing the problem after.
But I don't think It's the reason for
which migration doesn't start at all...

Any other suggestion?
Messaggio originale----
Da: mail4dla@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Data: 16-lug-2007
10.22 AM
A: "andrea15@xxxxxx"<andrea15@xxxxxx>
Cc: <xen-users@lists.
Ogg: Re: [Xen-users] Can&#39;t migrate domains


7/15/07, andrea15@xxxxxx <andrea15@xxxxxx> wrote:
> (xend-relocation-
address '')
> (xend-relocation-hosts-allow '')
> #(xend-
> relocation-
hosts-allow '^localhost$ ^localhost\\.localdomain$')
> etc.....
> I
think in this way I should have avoided to block connections
> from ra
emote host, allowing whole them.

I think you are actually rejecting
connections from everywhere.
To allow all connections, you should try
'^.*$', but I suggest that you add
some more restrictive regexp in a
non-test environment ;-)


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