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Re: [Xen-devel] Network issues with SuSE firewall

> > > $ xenctl script -f/etc/xen-mydom  (the default script)
> > > $ xenctl domain start -n2
> > 
> > The /etc/xen-mydom should automatically start the domain.
> It doesn't.  (You saw my prior "xenctl domain list" output, which said
> it was stopped.)

This is really odd. The last line of the script contains a
"domain start". Is there a missing LF or something?

> > > As I mentioned in my other message, it would be great to be able to
> > > see console messages, but they are either being firewalled or
> > > otherwise redirected.
> > 
> > Have you been using xen_read_console?  You should be able to
> > watch the other domain booting, and check that it comes up OK.
> I run it (in the background) but never see anything.  Even
> when I reboot, I don't get shutdown messages (they don't
> appear on the physical console).

Very odd. Any chance you can get a serial line on the system?
The other domain's boot messages should also come out on serial.

> > Please can you send me the output from running xenctl, and the
> > console message from the booting domain.
> Yep.  Maybe the output from the "xenctl script..." startup is
> informative.  This is with the default /etc/xen-mynewdom, containing:

I take it that you're wanting to boot with the initrd copied
off the CD, and use the CD for the new domain's /usr ?

> peabody(root) ~ [6] > telnet 22
> Trying
> telnet: connect to address Connection refused

AFAIK, Our CD doesn't run a telnetd by default. There should be
an sshd, but I think your problem lies elsewhere...

Connection refused is a slightly odd message. If the domain was
totally dead, I'd expect the telnet to hang. 

What happens if you run tcpdump in domain0. Do you see any
packets arriving at ?


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