Thank you very much. I'm using the third( your favorite) to work on now :-)
I think maybe later on some documents should be added in the wiki if there is
nothing about now for newbies like me. ( I think I can do it if needed)
BTW: I'm using Mac OSX and it integrates the vnc already.
On Aug 22, 2010, at 3:29 PM, George Shuklin wrote:
> Yes, if vm-start return nothing in reasonable time it sign that all ok
> (if not ok it will start to say something like 'pygrub no bootable disk
> found", etc).
> There is three different way to continue system setup.
> First: create preseed/kickstart file. Hard to make from scratches and
> postinstall debug.
> Second: Access to VNC console via openxencenter. It really not very good
> from my point of view, because not working (last time I test it few
> month ago) with slave hosts.
> Third: my favorite. Create SSH tunnel to localhost: ssh -L
> 5901:127.0.0.1:5901 -L 5902:127.0.0.1:5092 ... -L 5999:127.0.0.1:5999
> (this command must be run as root). After that you can connect to
> vncterm, listening on localhost on XCP host.
> You can found requied VNC port from xenstore:
> xe vm-list uuid=vmuuid params=dom-id (here you got domID for VM)
> xenstore-ls /local/domain/<DOMIDFROMLINEABOVE>/serial/0
> (f.e. 5904)
> ... and connect to those port via xvncviewer from your own linux desktop
> (you are using linux at you desktop, isn't it?):
> xvncviewer localhost:5904 (or other port from xenstore-ls).
> Note: every time VM migrating, restarting or stop/starting you must
> refound again port number.
> В Вск, 22/08/2010 в 15:01 -0700, Yueyu Lin пишет:
>> Ops, I think the network is set up automatically.
>> Now I've already set up the vif for the virtual machine and when I start the
>> vm, it just behaves the same
>> I think I misunderstand something.
>> xe vm-start uuid=UUID
>> the command return with nothing.
>> Should I use something like openxencenter to connect the console to continue
>> I list the vm status, it seems it's running.
>> But in Mac OS X, I can't manage to install the openxencenter for now. I hope
>> I can ssh or telnet the virtual machine.
>> Is there other way to access the console without openxencenter?
>> On Aug 22, 2010, at 9:03 AM, George Shuklin wrote:
>>> You forgot to create vif for virtual machine (not network interface, no
>>> network boot).
>>> В Вск, 22/08/2010 в 04:56 -0700, Yueyu Lin пишет:
>>>> Hi, all
>>>> I'm totally new to XCP, so maybe i misunderstood the documentation.
>>>> I tried to create Debian Squeeze (64-bit) and Ubuntu 10.04 from templates
>>>> and install them from network installation.
>>>> For Debian Squeeze (64-bit), I did the followings:
>>>> 1. First ssh login into XCP host
>>>> 2. xe vm-install template="Debian Squeeze (64-bit)"
>>>> Get the UUID from the output
>>>> 3. xe vm-param-set uuid=UUID
>>>> Set the repository as debian US mirror
>>>> 4. xe vm-start uuid=UUID
>>>> Then the ssh terminal start to freeze there and it will never prompt
>>>> anything as documentation said "install step by step".
>>>> I doubted if the installation can only be done in the physical host, so I
>>>> tried to do this in the physical host. But the same
>>>> thing happened.
>>>> After sometime freezing, the prompt returned and gave me nothing. While I
>>>> run xe vm-list, the vm's status shows running.
>>>> I'm totally frustrated. I don't what I've missed since I just followed the
>>>> manual and saw no error log output.
>>>> Can someone point out where I did wrong?
>>>> Thanks a lot!
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