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Re: [Xen-users] Howto disable xenbr in xen-3.2.1?

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Subject: Re: [Xen-users] Howto disable xenbr in xen-3.2.1?
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Hi Martin,

"Martin Hierling" <martin@xxxxxxxxx> schreibte:

how do I disable default bridge xenbr0 when starting xen? Commenting out
(network-script network-bridge) in /etc/xen/xend-config.sxp does not do

write your own xen-bridge script, mine looks like this:
cat network-bridge-none
exit 0

Thank you, but that didn't help. Even deactivating all scripts let xend build xenbr0.

It seems, that building xenbr0 is somewhere hardcoded in the source...?

What else is started by starting xend, that can trigger this?

Btw, I use ubuntu hardy kernel 2.6.24-xen and xen-3.2.1 from xen source


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