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[Xen-users] missing logical device

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  • From: kibirango moses <kibsmoses@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 1 Oct 2010 12:18:33 +0300
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I am putting up a guest OS on a VM and created the LOGICAL DEVICES as shown in the etc/fstab as shown below:

[root@virtualintranet /]# cat etc/fstab

LABEL=root-bubksnsv    /         ext3     defaults   1  1

/var/swap/swap.001          swap      swap   defaults   0  0

/dev/sda2          swap      swap   defaults   0  0

/dev/XVG/swap          swap      swap   defaults   0  0

none        /dev/pts  devpts defaults   0  0

none        /dev/shm  tmpfs  defaults   0  0

none        /proc     proc   defaults   0  0

none        /sys      sysfs  defaults   0  0

/opt/xensource/packages/iso/XenCenter.iso   /var/xen/xc-install   iso9660   loop,ro   0  0

/dev/XVG/root        /xen      ext3  defaults   0  0

/dev/XVG/r        /xen/domU      ext3  defaults   0  0


On restarting the server I tried to mount them again

[root@virtualintranet /]# mount xen/

mount: special device /dev/XVG/root does not exist.

I wonder what made my devices disappear and how can I reinstate them? Is there anything I missed like storage parameters during the setting up.

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