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RE: [Xen-devel] disk=phy:ftp/data,0803,w at cmdline

> The xm create command line doesn't seem to support the 
> specification of
> target devices by <major><minor>.
> # xm create -c disk=phy:ftp/data,0803,w intsrv
> on xend.log:
> [2005-02-01 18:26:00 xend] DEBUG (__init__:988) exception looking up
> device number for 0803: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: 
> '/dev/0803'

Odd -- I'd have expected it to take the same code path as when a disk is
specified in the config file. Running xend with 'start_trace' might
offer some enlightenment.
Mike: any idea what's going on here?

> I also wonder if the device will be added to the list of 
> devices already
> in the configuration file or if it will replace them. As I get that
> error, I didn't get to check that.

I believe it will override all disks in the config file, though you
should be able to specify multiple disks.


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