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[Xen-users] xm console hangs for xen4.0.1

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Subject: [Xen-users] xm console hangs for xen4.0.1
From: "Chen, Alvin" <alvin.chen@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 9 Nov 2010 18:04:20 +0800
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Hi guys,


On my CentOS 5.5, I installed xen by yum, and create ‘vm1’, and ‘vm1’ work well. Then I find I install a very old version of xen by yum as default. So I download xen4.0.1 source code, and installed successfully. Then I just create vm1 by the old configuration file, ‘xm create vm1’. The vm1 running well, and I can ssh onto it, but while I login it by ‘xm console vm1’, it hangs, no other output.


Anybody knows why?



Best regardsAlvin Chen
ICFS Platform Engineering Solution
Flex Services (CMMI Level 3, IQA2005, IQA2008), Greater Asia Region
Intel Information Technology
Tel. 010-82171960
Email. alvin.chen@xxxxxxxxx

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