On Fri, Feb 25, 2011 at 10:13 AM, Ted Brenner <griztown@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Thanks, good to know.
> Two follow up issues. After my guest is up and running, if I type 'xm
> shutdown guest', it will shutdown the OS but xen doesn't seem to realize
> this. When I go in through the console it shows that it has halted but when
> I type xm list, the state shows it still running. When I try and delete it,
> it says "Error, domain is not halted". When I shutdown my computer, dom0,
> it hangs when its trying to shutdown the guests. My guess is waiting for
> the guests to shutdown.
This one might be on old or Debian-specific bug. I've tested "xm
shutdown" with Xen 4.0.1 on RHEL5, with RHEL and Ubuntu PV domU, and
both shutdown just fine. It also works for Windows 2008r2 domU with
Is your domU Debian? If yes, I suggest you try using RHEL/Centos and
Ubuntu as PV domU, at least to make sure whether the bug is on Xen
side or domU side.
As a temporary workaround, you should be able to run "xm destroy"
instead of "xm shutdown".
> I can connect to my guests graphically using vncviewer but the resolution is
> 800x600. How do I configure my guest to display full screen?
You can try searching the archive (IIRC 1024x768 is possible), but the
general answer is don't bother. Don't use domU GUI for anything other
than admin purposes. Use some kind of remote acess (NX/VNC/X
forwarding/rdesktop) setup on domU, and accessed by client (which
could be dom0 or other machines on the network) to get the resolution
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