R: [Xen-users] Debian 4.0 packaged Xen and running an unmodified Linux g
--- Lun 9/2/09, Imran Chaudhry <imran.chaudhry@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> ha scritto:
> Da: Imran Chaudhry <imran.chaudhry@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Oggetto: [Xen-users] Debian 4.0 packaged Xen and running an unmodified Linux
> A: xen-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Data: Lunedì 9 febbraio 2009, 18:50
> Hi all,
> I have a Xen VMM based on version 3.0.3-1 running happily
> on Debian 4.0
> "Etch". It is running several Debian domUs just
> What I would like to do is install and run a custom Linux
> distro, which
> I have as an ISO file, as an unmodified guest.
> I've seen several HOWTOs for instructions but it seems
> I am missing
> several components such as the "device_model"
> file /xen/bin/qemu-dm and
> the kernel "/usr/lib/xen/boot/hvmloader". I am
> unsure where to source
> these from.
> Has anyone done this with just the Debian Etch Xen
> packages? I'm happy
> for someone to tell me to hop onto the cluebus and read the
> docs but a
> pointer to which docs would be useful :)
> This chap here appears to have has done it by compiling his
> own Xen but
> I would like to stick with the repository packages if I
> Our Xen install info:
> # xm info
> host : xencore
> release : 2.6.18-4-xen-amd64
> version : #1 SMP Fri May 4 02:40:51 UTC 2007
> machine : x86_64
> nr_cpus : 4
> nr_nodes : 1
> sockets_per_node : 1
> cores_per_socket : 4
> threads_per_core : 1
> cpu_mhz : 2133
> hw_caps :
> total_memory : 4095
> free_memory : 256
> xen_major : 3
> xen_minor : 0
> xen_extra : .3-1
> xen_caps : xen-3.0-x86_64 hvm-3.0-x86_32
> xen_pagesize : 4096
> platform_params : virt_start=0xffff800000000000
> xen_changeset : Tue Oct 17 22:09:52 2006 +0100
> cc_compiler : gcc version 4.1.2 20061115
> (prerelease) (Debian
> cc_compile_by : skx
> cc_compile_domain : debian.org
> cc_compile_date : Mon Oct 22 21:30:18 UTC 2007
> xend_config_format : 2
> One other thing worth mentioning, the Xen dom0 kernel is
> "2.6.18-4-xen-amd64" and the system CPU is
> "model name : Intel(R)
> Xeon(R) CPU X3210 @ 2.13GHz" but does
> support the "vmx" flag.
> So a mix of AMD and Intel - is this anything to worry
> Many thanks!
First: enable virtualization extension support on bios.
Not all kernels show you this flag when you boot Xen when you enable it on bios.
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