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RE: [Xen-users] GPLPV (9.11pre20) in Win2003 x64onXenServerEnterprise 5.

I am now 'deploying' a -new-  Windows 2003 R2 (x64, standard) server with the
latest 9.12pre3 drivers.
I am using Xenserver5 and Xencenter5  and i mount the virtual CD drive to an

I will test to load an ISO while booting (maybe it sees an CD-rom then. ?)
I will also test to mount the virtual CD drive to the real-physical
dvd-drive in the physical server (i will also try it with a cd loaded and
the startup the VM).

Please wait 1 or two hours till i get the results...

Roel Broersma

(another question:  Xencenter5 is also connecting to a deamon which it
installs inside the VM, to get memory, cpu, network-traffic, etc.
statistics.  Can we extract this deamon from the original-citrix-pc-tools
and install it separately ?  Maybe we can then also  Migrate (Xen-Motion) a
VM to another server.. (i don't know if this also depends on this tools or

Peter Privat wrote:
> Hello James,
> I just downloaded the PV 0.9.11 and installed to a Windows 2003 32-bit
> guest. It seems like the CD ROM drive doesn't turn up (shows) until a CD
> is inserted before the guest is booted. If the drive is empty before
> boot, the drive is also gone from hardware.
> If it's loaded before boot, I can view the content of the CD. But if I
> then eject the CD and load (insert) another one, the contents will not
> change. It will still show the contents from the first CD.
> /Peter
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