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Re: CentOS DomU under NetBSD51 Dom0 XEN 41
2012/1/18 Bruno Gruel <b.gruel%sdnet.info@localhost>:
> On Wed, 18 Jan 2012 10:48:10 +0100, Roger Pau Monné wrote:
>> 2012/1/18 Bruno Gruel <b.gruel%sdnet.info@localhost>:
>>>> Can you describe the problems you are having?
>>>> Can you post the DomU configuration file?
>>> Here is a sample config file. I try a lot of combinaison (with or witout
>>> kickstar file ..)
>>> import os, re
>>> arch = os.uname()
>>> kernel = "/etc/xen/vmlinuz"
>>> ramdisk = "/etc/xen/initrd.img"
>>> memory = 512
>>> shadow_memory = 8
>>> name = "NUXEO57"
>>> vif = [ 'type=ioemu, bridge=bridge0, model=ne2k_pci' ]
>>> disk = [ 'file:/VM/linux.img,xvda,w',
>>> 'file:/VM/centos57.iso,xvdc:cdrom,r' ]
>>> device_model = '/usr/pkg/libexec/qemu-dm'
>>> vfb = ["type=vnc, keymap=fr"]
>> Whow, this is quite strange, what I usually use (haven't tried it on
>> NetBSD with CentOS because I use Debian most of the time, but I think
>> it should work).
>> Download files from
>> Sample config file:
>> kernel = "/path/to/vmlinuz"
>> ramdisk = "/path/to/initrd.img"
>> name = "my_centos_domu"
>> memory = 512
>> vcpus = 1
>> vif = ['bridge=my_bridge']
>> disk = ['file:/path/to/my/img,xvda,w']
>> After that:
>> xm create -c /path/to/config
>> Once the system is installed, remove kernel and ramdisk options and add:
>> bootloader = "pygrub"
>> That should do it (I think). Your config file looked like a mess
>> between a HVM and a PV domain.
>> Regards, Roger.
> It's better but not completly full (i would be more patient after a few
> seconds the boot process begin).
> The install process begin
> The retreive of the install.img file it's OK.
> But i always have error on the storage file (linux.img created with DD),
How did you create it? If you created a spare file (with seek), it
will not work, what I use to create virtual disk images/partitions:
dd if=/dev/zero of=virtualdisk.img bs=1024 count=2000
(this will create a 2GB file)
> during the install process i have somme message tha tell me to initialise
> the DD because there is somme error.
> And after the initialisation i have this message :
> Input/Output error during read on /dev/xvda ?
When you get this error, can you switch to the Dom0 and paste the
output of running "xenstore-ls -fp"?
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