i have 3 installation, live at clients, running since a year now, without any problems at all!
xen server 4.0.1
hp dl 320G6
debian squeeze 6.0.1 2.6.32-5
windows driver: http://www.meadowcourt.org/downloads/gplpv_Vista2008x64_0.11.0.238.msi
the only thing is, you have to disable digital signing in windows, so it will appear on the screen "WINDOWS TEST MODE"
name = 'server01-srv-08r2-ads001'
kernel = '/usr/lib/xen/boot/hvmloader'
builder = 'hvm'
device_model = '/usr/lib64/xen/bin/qemu-dm'
maxmem = 2048
memory = 2048
vcpus = 2
acpi = 1
apic = 1
vif = ['bridge=eth0']
disk = ['phy:/dev/vgmain/lv_server01,hda,w']
boot = 'cd'
usbdevice = 'tablet'
vnc = 1
#vncunused = 0
vnclisten = '0.0.0.0'
#vncdisplay = 2
#vncconsole = 1
#vncpasswd = '123456'
vncviewer = 1
sdl = 0
stdvga = 1
serial = 'pty'
ne2000 = "1"
on_poweroff = 'destroy'
on_reboot = 'restart'
on_crash = 'restart'
From: xen-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:xen-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Luis Roberto Romano
Sent: Donnerstag, 21. Juli 2011 21:47
Cc: kcobler@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx; xen-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [Xen-users] XEN, virt-manager, win2003 DomU and networking problems.
Thanks Flako.... I installed gplpv and it works!!!
My question is.. how reliable is the gplpv driver?? it's really stable??
2011/7/18 Flako <subforos@xxxxxxxxx>
> Quoting Luis Roberto Romano <luisromano@xxxxxxxxx>:
>> Hello again.
>> I'm running XEN 4.0 on Debian Squeeze. I've paravirtualized 3 DomUs and
>> work properly. I've virtualized (HVM) a win2003 DomU via virt-manager. The
>> installation proccess was successful, but I can't get network conectivity.
>> installed Debian Squeeze as HVM DomU too (for checking if it's a
>> virt-manager problem), but in this case I can connect to my network and
>> Internet properly.
>> I tried to change the network card driver (provided by virt-manager), but
>> that didn't fix the problem.
>> This is my ifconfig:
>> This is the config.sxp file generated by virt-manager:
> The way I was able to get this to work was to not assign the IP address to
> Linux eth0, instead create a bridge and assign the IP address to the bridge
> (br0). Then I use xen bridge networking to allow the guest OS to be part of
> the same subnet as br0.
> Ken Cobler
Hello I have your same infrastructure. (Squeeze, 2003)
Virt-manager I have:
source device = eth0
device model = "default hypervisor"
I have the vif like you, only that I have the line "(model rtl8139)"
and "(type ioemu)"
To me a past that I do not walk, until you install the gplpv.
You should put device model = "hypervisor default" I set gplpv.
Luis R. Romano
Estudiante de Ingeniería en Computación.
FCEFyN - UNC.