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[Xen-users] Firs reboot to host OS

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Subject: [Xen-users] Firs reboot to host OS
From: Dmitry Lunts <eingorn777@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 7 Aug 2009 17:28:37 +0400
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I'm completely new to Xen, so my question may seem to be rather stupid.
This is as follows.
I have vmlinuz-,
 vmlinuz- and vmlinuz- installed on my system.
GRUB is configured to boot into vmlinuz- and
vmlinuz- So, when I boot into xen0 everything seems to be OK
(I haven't dug into details yet, so there may be NOT everything is OK :-))
But when I shutdown the system (being logged to Xen) in regular way
(as far as I understand, in this case I shutdown dom0, right?) and then reboot
to Fedora 10 (i.e., to vmlinuz- FIRST TIME , boot process
takes long-long-long time.
The next time I boot to Fedora 10 boot process takes as usually not more
than 2 minutes.
So the question is: what is going on so long time when rebooting from Xen to host OS for the FIRST TIME?
Could anyone forgive me my ignorance and enlighten me?

С уважением, Дмитрий
Best regards, Dmitry
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