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[Xen-users] Guest comes up R/O?

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Subject: [Xen-users] Guest comes up R/O?
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Date: Sat, 7 Feb 2009 23:56:07 -0600
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Built a xen server and went with the desktop, kde I think it was.
Anyhow, created a couple of guests, both CentOS, all went well. Rebooting the 
host, servers came back, no problems.
Decided to change startup init level to 3 and bypass desktop coming up. Now one 
guest comes up fine, the other came up in read only mode. Rebooted it and now 
it's not coming up at all.

Yet, checking on it, host says it's running;

virsh # dominfo crm-logi-192-59
Id:             4
Name:           crm-logi-192-59
UUID:           01690336-0d39-fafb-ebf3-3c904b1925c6
OS Type:        linux
State:          blocked
CPU(s):         2
CPU time:       3.2s
Max memory:     1048576 kB
Used memory:    786432 kB

Seems that it's running but it's lost it's network connection as well now?

But, even if it is running, something has gone weird. What should I be looking 
for next?
/var/log/xen logs aren't showing anything obvious either.

There are some things in the debug log but there's nothing which says anything 
about the particular guest so figure it's unrelated.


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