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Re: [Xen-devel] booting new domain

> When I try to boot a new domain the error is:
> /dev/sda1 is mounted. e2fsck : Connot continue , aborting.
> But /dev/sda1 is not mounted.
> sda is another harddisk, with a linux filesystem on it.
> The main system is on hda1.
> cat /etc/xenctl.xml
> <root_device>/dev/sda1</root_device>

You need to set this to be the partition containing the root
filesystem that will be used by the *new* domain (domain 1) that
you are starting. It can not be the same file system that domain0
is using.

You'll also need to edit xen-mynewdom to ensure that you grant
the new domain access to this partition. (Instead of editing the
xml defaults file to set the root partition, you can use the "-d"
option to domain new in the script).


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