could this be the same issue I have?
Op Friday 23 October 2009 09:43:24 schreef Dennis Storm - Drecomm BV:
> > Jamon Camisso wrote:
> > Dennis Storm - Drecomm BV wrote:
> > <snip>
> >> Now, the problem: If we boot this DomU it flies through the kernel,
> >> but when it tries to mount the filesystem, it does absolutely nothing,
> >> just keeps hanging there (keep in mind, on other Debian Lenny Dom0's
> >> this works flawlessly, only difference is the RAID-array!)
> >> I tried to figure out if the Dom0 was broken for some reason, so I
> >> used xen-create-image to debootstrap a fresh Domu in a raw disk image
> >> (without partitions, just plain raw), and that one booted just fine
> >> with the same swapfile and the same config.
> >> Call me flabbergasted, i'm kinda clueless. Any idea's hints or
> >> brilliant remarks that could help me figure out this non-enjoyable
> >> problem?
> > Try booting the domU as a fully virtualized guest and see how that
> > works. At least that way you can isolate whether it is your particular
> > domU kernel that is causing the problem, or if it is something else.
> > Make sense?
> > Jamon
> Dennis Storm - Drecomm BV wrote:
> Yes, makes sense. I tried that, and unfortunately still exactly the
> same issue, it broke down on exactly the same spot. I brought the domU
> down again and copied the disk.img to another Dom0, and there it booted
> up fine... Unfortunately it can't remain on that Dom0, since the
> customer is paying us for a dedicated Dom0 for only hist DomU's...
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