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Re: [Xen-devel] Xen "restarting system" on Fedora FC4

On Wed, 2 Mar 2005, Tony Jones wrote:

> As for the initrd comment from Mark. The domU rpm from RH doesn't
> provide one.  There is one provided by the dom0 rpm.   I'm sure I
> can create one if necessary, I would have expected the RH rpm to do 
> it. Do you specify the initrd in the "ramdisk=" config option?

The domU kernel doesn't usually need an initrd, since
ext3 is compiled in.  Once we have a "boot loader" for
the unprivileged domains, we can get rid of the xen0
and xenU kernels, and have just one kernel-xen ...

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