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Re: [Xen-users] Problem using xm suspend / xm save

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Subject: Re: [Xen-users] Problem using xm suspend / xm save
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Ok, I found it in the documentation. If someone else has the same problem in the future: Here is the solution:

- Do not start the domain with "xm create", use
  -> "xm new" to start the lifecycle-support for the domain and then
  -> "xm start" to start the domain.

Then "xm suspend" works fine.

Remark: "xm new" needs the python-xml-Package, so please "aptitude -y install python-xml" on lenny.


Am 22.01.2011 14:20, schrieb develop@xxxxxxxxxx:

I have a problem using xm suspend and xm save. When I use "xm suspend ts" (ts is the name of my DomU) I get the error-message "Error: Domain is not managed by Xend lifecycle support."

In /var/log/xen/xend.log there is no output about the error.

I found this question in the internet but there were no replies and I did not find any information about configuring lifecycle support in the documentation.

Do you have any hints about it?

I actually want to suspend a HVM-Domain but the error is the same using a paravirtualized domain. I use xen-4.0.0 with Dom0:

Thanks a lot


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