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Re: linux domU's and partitioning
On Monday 04 December 2006 20:55, you wrote:
> > I'm pretty sure the documentation is referring to a virtual block device
> > whereas you are referring to a vnd pseudo device.
> > An image file can contain all required information to effectively mimic
> > an entire disk. This can't be said for a single physical slice.
> A physical slice can also be sub-partitionned when used as virtual disk.
I thought it possible so long as you have something similar to the NetBSD
install kernel. I was probably being a little pedantic about the wording of
the howto and the fact an image can be pre-prepared. My knowledge of linux
under xen outside of an image is rather limited :) ... I'd image it would be
difficult to prepare a slice appropriately without an install kernel, but not
Has anyone here accomplished this without hvm? I haven't used hvm but I assume
it would function in a similar way to using an install kernel.
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