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Re: [Xen-users] Xen on SuSe 10

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From: "Nick Couchman" <Nick.Couchman@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 5 Dec 2005 10:40:23 -0700
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Well, domain 0 is more stable with the latest Xen packages, but now I can't get my dom U's to boot.  I'm trying to export multiple physical devices from dom0 to my guest domains, and when I try to do more than one, the xm create command hangs (which ultimately hangs xend) and after restarting xend I get a bunch of device errors as if it can't find the device.  I can mount the devices just fine in dom0, but xend seems to have a problem seeing them.  I've shut down hald and acpi on my dom0, but to no avail.
Nick Couchman
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SEAKR Engineering, Inc.
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>>> On 2005/12/03 at 23:49:43, "Takekazu Okamoto" <tokamoto@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> "Nick Couchman" <Nick.Couchman@xxxxxxxxx> 2005/12/04 9:02 >>>
> First, the version of Xen packaged with SuSE 10.0 seems very
You need more stable Xen packages.
See http://www.opensuse.org/Installing_Xen3

> Second, on the guest O/S, the interface presented seems to change
> For example, the first time you boot the guest, it shows up as
interface eth0.
> The second time it increments to interface eth1, and so on,
Check out last block in "MAC addresses" of

> The guest O/S has "eth0" (or eth1, or eth2, etc.),
> "veth0" (which I assume stands for virtual ethernet 0) and
> "vif1.0" (virtual interface 1.0 or 2.0, etc.).  I'm slightly confused
> which interface to configure on the guest O/S.
Following may help you to understand.

Takekazu Okamoto
Novell Japan

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