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Re: [Xen-users] Moving to SAN

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  • From: Ciro Iriarte <cyruspy@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 17 Mar 2010 09:06:40 -0300
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2010/3/17 Alex Huth <a.huth@xxxxxxx>:
> Hi!
> We have implemented a storage solution where we use iscsi to connect
> SLES 11 to a SAN. Now i have to move a DomU from a local Volumegroup to
> a VG in the SAN. I used dd to make first a copy into the VG on the
> storage.
> Now i thought it is enough to edit the DomU files in /etc/xen/vm/ to
> have the DomU using the LV on the storage to start. When i look into
> xen-log it is still using the local LV.
> What have i to do to get it working?
> Alex Huth

Those files are only used at creation time. After creation, a backend
configuration database is used (i'm not sure about the proper name.
You have to  export config (xm list -l domU>domU.sxp), edit it and
reimport it (xm new -F domU.sxp)


Ciro Iriarte

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