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[Xen-users] Lost Network on domU's - Please Help

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Subject: [Xen-users] Lost Network on domU's - Please Help
From: James Pifer <jep@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 22 Nov 2008 20:51:31 -0500
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Today our company did some disaster recovery testing. I have two xen
servers (sles10sp1) that use storage space on a SAN. I'm told the xen
servers were shutdown correctly, but at this point I'm not really sure.
I have a few domU's that came up correctly and I have a couple that came
up without networking. 

If I try to restart the network it says:
"No configuration found for eth6"

If I look at /etc/sysconfig/network the configuration file is there. 

Even if I delete the card and re-add it, it still says the configuration
cannot be found.

Anyone know what I should do here?


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