On Mi, Dez 19, 2007 at 05:45:10 -0500, Norton, Jerry wrote:
> Hi all. I have a scenario that I've tried searching for but I'm a
> little unsure of what to be looking for in the first place.
> I have a guest domU that was setup using HVM and installed straight from
> CD. The host and guest both happen to be Debian since I'm trying to do
> a proof of concept that I can install other guest OS's. I thought I'd
> start simple and install the same OS but from scratch, so to speak.
> The issue I have is that I can start the guest domU and connect using
> VNC, networking, ssh, etc are all working correctly. However, since I
> only want to use the VNC display when SSH isn't available, I disabled it
> in my config file. When I do that, the guest domain never starts up.
> It shows up in an xm list but has not CPU and no state.
> So to summarize, my guest domain is only starting up when I have 'vnc=1'
> enabled in the config file. Any help on how to get it to start without
> using VNC?
As far as I understand one of the options (either vnc, or sdl)
should be enabled. Otherwise domain will not work.
What bad if you bound VNC to local interface?
> Here's my config file
> kernel = '/usr/lib/xen-3.0.3-1/boot/hvmloader'
> builder = 'hvm'
> memory = '256'
> disk = [
> 'phy:/dev/xendisks/base_deb,ioemu:hda,w','phy:/dev/cdrom,hdc:cdrom,r' ]
> name = base_deb'
> vif = ['type=ioemu,bridge=xenbr0,mac=00:19:c0:a8:01:c9']
> Xen-users mailing list
Xen-users mailing list