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Re: [Xen-users] Unable to create (and keep) guest

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  • From: Dermot <paikkos@xxxxxxxxx>
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On 5 November 2010 16:17, Boris Derzhavets <bderzhavets@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Are you able to create Ubuntu 10.10 HVM guest ?
> Boris.

I haven't tried...yet but I need this guest to perform as best as it
can so I want to use paravirtualisation if possible.

I think the error from pygrub might be due to the fact that the guest
OS has a single root partition (noswap) and the default is to format
in ext4. From I have read pygrub doesn't read ext4 partitions yet. I
am stepping through the installation again and will modify the
partition layout.

Will report back.

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