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Re: [Xen-users] Problems with create VM

On Fri, Aug 24, 2012 at 8:17 PM, Ricardo Barbosa
<spiderslack@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I installed the xen in server with CentOS 6


> but not create vm.

Again, how?

If you didn't use proper methods to do either, it's not surprising
that it won't work.

> \047vcpu_avail\047: \0471\047, \047bootloader\047: \047\047, \047image\047:
> "(linux (kernel /boot/vmlinuz-

Are you using "kernel" line in domU xen config file? Usually that's
not what you want.

> (args
> \047root=/dev/hda2 ro \047)

... especially since newer kernels won't even have "hda". sda, maybe.
usually it's xvda. And it doesn't look like you use initrd.

> [2012-08-24 05:22:23 2831] WARNING (XendDomainInfo:2061) Domain has crashed:
> name=oracleteste id=9.

... and your incorrect settings cause the domU crashed after loading the kernel

> [2012-08-24 05:22:23 2831] ERROR (XendDomainInfo:2195) VM oracleteste
> restarting too fast (Elapsed time: 0.643458 seconds). Refusing to restart to
> avoid loops.

... which made xen refuse to restart it.

These instructions might still be valid:
In particular, if you're having problem determining what the correct
domU config file should look like, virt-manager will help automate the


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