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[Xen-users] updated the xen 3.3, domU losses network during install

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Subject: [Xen-users] updated the xen 3.3, domU losses network during install
From: Rupert <linuxmls@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 8 Oct 2009 09:48:24 +0200
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i needed scsi passthrough support for one dom0.
So I installed Xen 3.3 and everything worked fine until i tried to
install a new domU on this machine.
When I start the installation the system catches the images from the
ftp server and it boots,
but when its up to use the kickstart it complains it cant find the file.
I checked the URL and path, a wget on dom0 gets the right file.
When I skip the kickstart and Im asked to enter the right URL for the
installation the same thing happens anaconda cant find the files.

So my guess is that the networking breaks during the install.
Is there a way to get this fixed?
Is this known to happen?

this is my installscript:

virt-install \
--name=prod_deploy \
--ram=1000 \
--file=/dev/VolGroup00/lv_deploy \
--vcpus=2 \
--os-variant=centos5 \
--nographics \
--paravirt \
--location ftp://wftp.tu-chemnitz.de/pub/linux/centos/5/os/x86_64/ \
 -x "ks= ip=
netmask= gateway= dns="

if you need any logfile, im happy to post them.



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