has anyone checked this ?
I had no problems to install a HVM with Windows2008_R2 and a PVM with
But my tests were only with LVM based VMs!
I have to check more scenarios ....
Steve Spencer-6 wrote:
> Keep the list posted about anyone with successful installs of the Gitco
> RPM's on CentOS, etc. It would be nice to know when this is stable.
> Steven G. Spencer
> Tommy Schneider wrote:
>> Roger !
>> i downgrade to xen 3.4.2.
>> Thanks for the advice
>> Le lundi 10 mai 2010 11:14:23, Fajar A. Nugraha a écrit :
>>> On Mon, May 10, 2010 at 3:57 PM, Tommy Schneider
>>> <tommy.Schneider@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>> Hi there !
>>>> I've just tried the new RPM's of the Gitco Repository, Xen 4.0.0
>>>> I've installed them on a CentOS 5.4 X86_64.
>>>> No i can't boot on Xen Kernel, non-xen Kernel works fine, but if i boot
>>>> on the 2.6.18-164.15.xen, system boot to "Red hat Nash blabla" and udev
>>>> never start (also, it logs nothing)
>>>> it reboot after ~10 min
>>>> I've tried with pci=noacpi and selinux=0, still the same
>>>> Any ideas ?
>>> At this point I'd advice you not use Xen 4.0.0 on Centos5. yet.
>>> My first test is even worse than yours, the boot process stuck and
>>> doesn't continue when using Xen 4.0.0 + RHEL/Centos's kernel-xen. I
>>> finally compile my own kernel using gentoo-xen-kernel, which boots
>>> correctly, but I still have some issues with blktap/blktap2. So at
>>> this point I keep my production servers on Xen 3.4.2 or RHEL's version
>>> of Xen.
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