You don't need to worry: a Xen-enabled kernel can run in dom0 or domU without
problems. The "xenU" kernel is a configuration we use sometimes for domUs
because it's slightly smaller and quicker to build - useful for development
work. For normal use, the kernel image you have will be fine.
On Friday 16 December 2005 06:56, Jamie Moore wrote:
> I installed Xen 3.0 using the installer beta script as well as the RHEL
> 4.1 rpms and neither seemed to give me a XenU kernel image. In fact the
> one it did give me has Xen in the name but no specification for domain 0
> (vmlinuz-126.96.36.199-xen3_2.1_rhel4.1). I have been using this same file to
> boot my guest domain as well as the machine itself and things appear to
> be working in the guest, but from reading the list I am seeing many
> referring to the XenU kernel image.
> My question is am I missing something? Should I be using XenU? Any idea
> where can I get this? Sorry again for the newbie question.
> Grub excerpt:
> title Xen (188.8.131.52-xen3_2.1_rhel4.1)
> root (hd0,0)
> kernel /xen-3.gz com1=115200,8n1
> module /vmlinuz-184.108.40.206-xen3_2.1_rhel4.1
> root=/dev/VolGroup00/LogVol00 ro maxcpus=1 console=tty1
> module /initrd-220.127.116.11-xen3_2.1_rhel4.1.img
> My guest config:
> kernel = "/boot/vmlinuz-18.104.22.168-xen3_2.1_rhel4.1"
> memory = 64
> name = "guestrhel4"
> disk = ['file:/tmp/guestrhel4,sda1,w']
> root = "/dev/sda1 ro"
> extra = "4"
> Jamison Moore
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