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Re: [Xen-users] DomU reboot issues

To: Nathan Eisenberg <nathan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [Xen-users] DomU reboot issues
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Date: Wed, 29 Jul 2009 23:37:41 +0100
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I'm having similar problems with some Lenny guests. One of them reboots fine, the others show the "Restarting system" message but stay powered off then (not blocked).

If anyone has a solution, I'd like to know the answer too ;)

Nathan Eisenberg wrote:

Greetings list!


I have a Debian Lenny (stable) Dom0 running 3.2.1 (repository version).  I have used xen-create-image with –install-method rinse to create a Centos 5 domU.  I had to add the usual packages to the rinse configuration to get this to work properly.


Things are working great – except that when I reboot the domU, it just puts the domU into a blocked state, and never actually reboots.


The console messages for the domU are:


Sending all processes the TERM signal...

Sending all processes the KILL signal...

Saving random seed:

Syncing hardware clock to system time

Turning off swap:

Please stand by while rebooting the system...

[   36.318023] Restarting system.


And it stays at this point until the domU is destroyed and recreated.


Anyone have any thoughts?


Best Regards

Nathan Eisenberg

Sr. Systems Administrator

Atlas Networks, LLC


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