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Re: [Xen-users] xen 3.1 and 32bit guests in 64bit dom0

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  • From: Lorin <lorins@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2007 16:57:00 +0300
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> There are no specific tools I know of besides dd.  Just remember to
> change things like fstab and your ethernet configurations accordingly,
> as the devices and MACs your using now may be different in a VM (the MAC
> address will definitely be different for example).
> Sadly I haven't got any specific docs I can point you at about building
> a HVM domain from scratch.  A quick search for p2v and xen on Google has
> a few guides for converting a physical machine to a PV one, but not for
> HVM. I've not attempted it myself either (I've been using HVM for
> Windows machines mainly, and I've been doing the install from scratch as
> I know how picky Windows can be about hardware), but I expect it'd be
> pretty straight forward.  When I do finally try it myself, I'll
> endeavour to document the experience if anything strange occurs.

Got it, thanks a lot to everybody for the excellent help.

+ Lorin
+ Nosce te ciment.

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