thanks for the reply. My problem is not quite what you expected, though. I
just do not know, what my root entry in the conifg file should look like, so
that the domain is able to boot. I am at a somewhat lower level than you
expected me to be ;-). BTW: This is a raid5 filesystem and I just do not
know what the correct entry is so that the xen domain is actually _able_ to
_find_ the device in the first place. Or do I misunderstand something very
> --- Ursprüngliche Nachricht ---
> Von: Tom Brown <tbrown@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> An: xen-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Betreff: Re: [Xen-users] Raidproblem booting dom0
> Datum: Sun, 20 Nov 2005 16:07:59 -0800 (PST)
> my understanding is that you want to hide the complexities from domU
> systems... so if you want the domU to have a raid1 filesystem, you export
> the raid1 device to the domU but call it /dev/sda1 or something like
> that... so the domU just sees a block device, it doesn't need to know that
> it is actually a raid1 mirror.
> Obviously, you can go the other way, and let it see both partitions and do
> the mirroring itself, but it is _much_ simpler to just show the domU a
> simple block device.
> On Mon, 21 Nov 2005, Jan Peters-Anders wrote:
> > Hello list,
> > I am just at the beginning of installing Xen. After two days of trying I
> > finally managed to boot the xen0 kernel. Now I am trying to create my
> > domain. Since the system is a Raid system, I know there is a problem
> with my
> > root entry (I had these problems with the xen0 kernel as well in the
> > beginning) I receive this error message when trying to create the domain
> > with "xm create -c xmjan1 vmid=1" (system is FC4 on Dell 450 WS, 2
> > SATA Raid, 2GB RAM):
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