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Re: [Xen-users] iSCSI disk disappears at boot (no boot device)


On Fri, Apr 13, 2012 at 9:29 AM, Alan McKay <alan.mckay+xen@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hey folks,

I tried this with both CentOS 5.8 and Ubuntu 12.04 (beta2) and same behavior.

Use virt-manager to create my VM.  I had previously used the virsh
commands to create an iSCSI pool (I think that is the right term) and
so my iSCSI disk shows up fine in virt-manager and I can add it to the

The install goes well the disk is there - I can either choose to
partition it manually or let it go automatic.  During the install from
the Ubuntu live CD I can open a shell and see the disk mounted and
stuff being installed to it.

After the install I can reboot from the Ubuntu live CD and I see the
iSCSI disk there.  I can mount stuff and look at it - looks like the
install went fine.

But I reboot and try to boot from the HD and it says :

Boot from Hard Disk failed: could not read the boot disk
FATAL: No bootable device

What's up with that?


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