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Re: [Xen-users] domU construcion fails

  • To: "Mark Williamson" <mark.williamson@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • From: "Marco Strullato" <marco.strullato@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 5 May 2008 10:13:55 +0200
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>  The above is the output from the domU kernel, right?  Including the kernel
>  panic message?  Did you get this from an xm create -c?  Was it the complete
>  output from that command?  It looks like there some stuff missing from this
>  output, maybe some got dropped somehow.  Can you do xm create -c and try
>  again?

Yes, the message is the output of xm create -c <server>

>  Was there anything new in "xm dmesg" after booting this domain?

nothing new

>  Well that generally looks sane to me.  You could try setting vcpus=1 and
>  seeing if that makes a difference.

Any change with vcpus=1

>  That error doesn't square as the cause of what you're seeing above.  That
>  error suggests you tried booting a kernel at some point that was not loadable
>  by Xen; might you have done this earlier?  If the panic message is coming
>  from the guest then it must have got loaded somehow, so this
>  xc_dom_find_loader problem shouldn't be the root cause.

I see.. Today I also tried to boot this domain with a new kernel (for
xenU) built  from the sources downloaded by the official web site:
nothing changes, I have the same error.

>  Where did you get kernel-xenU-2.6.9-67.0.7.EL from?  I presume you're using
>  RHEL?  Is that a standard RHEL kernel, then?  Where did you install your Xen
>  from?  Where is your dom0 kernel from?

Yes, this is a kernel installed with yum for centos linux

I think an option could be reinstalling the server :-(



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