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Re: [Xen-devel] Problem exporting enbd device from Dom0 to DomU

To: sven.kretzschmar@xxxxxx
Subject: Re: [Xen-devel] Problem exporting enbd device from Dom0 to DomU
From: Ian Pratt <Ian.Pratt@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 06 Aug 2004 15:31:11 +0100
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> When I try to export the enbd device ("dev/nda") from Dom0
> to another unprivileged domain (with kernel 2.4.26) then it does not work.
> The interesting part of my xmdefaults file looks like that:
> disk = ['phy:nda,sdb,w','phy:hda3,sda1,w]

> [2004-08-06 16:35:52 xend] DEBUG (__init__:988) Error: Adding extent to vbd 
> failed! (device 2b00)
> [2004-08-06 16:35:52 xend] DEBUG (__init__:988) Connecting blkif to event 
> channel dom=3 ports=14:4
> I think the line starting with "Error:..." is the important one. What does 
> device 2b00 mean ?

Please can you post the output of dmesg from dom0, also 'ls -l /dev/nda'
'sfdisk -s /dev/nda'.


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