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[Xen-devel] stubdom problem

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  • From: "Marco Sinhoreli" <msinhore@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 29 Aug 2008 12:49:13 -0300
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Hello all Xen devels,

I'm writing howto's in brazilian portuguese language about Xen-3.3.0
stubdom, pv-grub and others configurations. Following what is written
in xen-3.3.0/stubdom/README, I tried start a HVM but without success.
When I start the virtual machine calling 'xm create hvmtest' command,
in a few seconds the virtual machine is dead (see
qemu-dm-hvmtest.log). This is happening following two distincts vnc
display configurations: using a VNC server in the stub domain and
using a VNC server in dom0.

Any idea?

Best regards,

Marco Sinhoreli

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