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[Xen-users] Problems using Gentoo and Xen Kernel

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  • From: Daniel Bojczuk <danielbojczuk@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 25 Mar 2010 08:28:18 -0300
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I need to install Xen on a gentoo running on a very old server. The
Gentoo Kernel (2.6.31-gentoo-r10) recognizes the SCSI hard disks and I
don't have any problem whit it. But when I boot using the Xen Kernel
(2.6.18-xen-r12), it looks for SCSI hard disks in each SCSI controller
channel and doesn't find anything.

I'm pretty sure that both kernels have the same drivers for scsi
controller (aix7xxxx old and fast).

What do I need to do?

Thank's in advance,

Daniel Bojczuk

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