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[Xen-users] problem running personalized network-script

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  • From: Guillaume <guillaume.chardin@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 5 Dec 2008 17:19:42 +0100
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Has i said in subject, i create a small personnalized network-script
to add some tweak to my dom0/domU.

I edit the /etc/xen/xen-config.sxp, modify line (network-script
myNetworkscript).I chmod myNetworkscript to 755, but this script does
not seems to run at xend startup...

I said that because everything i put inside is not applyed (like
bridge creation, affectation etc...) and, i had something like that
echo ok > /root/test.file. And test.file is not populated by the
simple echo command.
Of course, i execute it on a shell, all my if get good bridge, good mac etc...

Why this script not launched at startup ? What i have to do/check ?


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