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Re: kernel error messages when attempting hvm instance
This confuses me. For example, the instructions I find tell me to edit
/etc/ttys. But I'm not sure how to do this considering the
circumstances. The iso won't boot you see. I needed to do this so I
could easily log kernel output to help debug the problem. Do I need to
mount the iso and then change files? There's no way to do this with
just using the xm config file?
On Mon, Aug 25, 2008 at 11:47 AM, Christoph Egger
> Michael Litchard wrote:
>> Oh I forgot to mention that the HVM instance in this case is the
>> latest -current iso for amd. Any suggestions on how to configure it to
>> listen in on the correct serial port would be appreciated
> In an HVM guest you configure the serial console the same way as if it
> were running native.
>> On Mon, Aug 25, 2008 at 10:48 AM, Luke S Crawford <lsc%prgmr.com@localhost>
>>> "Michael Litchard" <michael%schmong.org@localhost> writes:
>>>> Could someone tell me how to configure serial for hvm? The kernel goes
>>>> into the debugger during boot of my hvm instance and I'd like to
>>>> capture the output prior. The user's manual mentions the serial
>>>> keyword, but gives no examples for usage afaik.
>>> last time I screwed with it,
>>> (in the xm config file)
>>> along with whatever incantation you need to get the guest HVM OS to use
>>> com1 as the serial console made xm console work as I expected.
>>> (I told the OS to use a 115200 bps com1, 8n1, though I'm not sure how much
>>> those settings matter.)
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