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Re: Is there a way to increase the number of the vnd devices?
I'm pretty sure you also need to change the kernel config from:
pseudo-device vnd # disk-like interface to files
To something like:
pseudo-device vnd 12 # disk-like interface to files
On Thu, Feb 17, 2011 at 1:23 PM, Max León <mleon%wirewatchers.com@localhost>
> Well it was that simple, I thought about that but I rather don't mess up my
> box without being sure.
> THANK a lot guys
> On Thu, Feb 17, 2011 at 4:13 AM, Stephen Borrill
>> On Thu, 17 Feb 2011, Max León wrote:
>>> I have Xen running on a quad core, but I'm able only to bring up 3 domU
>>> obviously the dom0.
>>> When I try to load up another VM I get this error:
>>> root@core:>#xm create /home/vms/run/web-server/xen.cfg
>>> Using config file "/home/vms/run/web-server/xen.cfg".
>>> Error: Device 1 (vbd) could not be connected. Hotplug scripts not working.
>>> I google a bit and the VBDs are tied to the VNDs, please correct me if I'm
>>> wrong. If I'm not I should be able to load more devices (virtual disks)
>>> increasing the VNDs on the host.
>> Try this:
>> cd /dev
>> sh MAKEDEV vnd4 vnd5 vnd6 vnd7 vnd8 vnd9 vnd10 vnd11
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