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Re: [Xen-devel] Re: [Xen-users] Xen 3.0 on Ubuntu Dapper

I also had problems starting xend when running unstable on ubuntu dapper, 'xend
start' would return to console, but 'xm' commands would say xend not running and
ps aux|grep xend would show a few python processes.

Any ideas? Ways to debug xend so I can see where its hanging if its hanging

Adam Wendt
IPCoast, Inc.

On Thu, 23 Feb 2006 13:10 , Anthony Liguori <aliguori@xxxxxxxxxx> sent:

>Tom Marshall wrote:
>> I used this tree:
>>   http://xenbits.xensource.com/linux-2.6-xen.hg
>> Perhaps I should be using unstable, I don't know.  I would appreciate
>> recommendations.  My current goal (and I appreciate any input on this also)
>> is to use Xen 3.0 hypervisor and tools with the Dapperized 2.6.15 kernel. 
>The way the release process works is that unstable becomes releases 
>(hopefully in a time frame of 4-6 weeks).
>There was a point in unstable (the change set I previously mentioned) 
>where the kernel was at 2.6.15.  Starting from that would probably be a 
>good way to go.
>>> I tried running -unstable on Dapper a couple of weeks ago and Xend 
>>> wouldn't start.  I only run Dapper on my laptop so I haven't 
>>> investigated much further.  Have you had any problems with Xend?
>> I have had some minor issues with Xend but mostly are n00b related.  For
>> example, I had to figure out that "xm create" won't autoload the loop
>> module.  But then again, I'm using Xend 3.0.1, not unstable.
>Ah, it probably was just my system then :-)
>Anthony Liguori
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