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    Default Suse Xen step by step

    I'm sorry to say but I have installed Xen and I'm trying to do the VM but can't because dom0 is not running, So is it that you have to have another linux box to create VM for your server?

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    Default Re: Suse Xen step by step

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    Did you boot the Xen kernel or the default kernel? Normally both are
    present and the Xen kernel is, in my experience, not the default. Choose
    the Xen kernel during bootup and make it the default if that works.

    Good luck.





    vannie wrote:
    > I'm sorry to say but I have installed Xen and I'm trying to do the VM
    > but can't because dom0 is not running, So is it that you have to have
    > another linux box to create VM for your server?
    >
    >

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    Default Re: Suse Xen step by step

    Thanks for reply
    I can boot xen and login but now what should I do that my question, this is not like citrix where you have xencenter to access you server to build VM and run them.

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    Default Re: Suse Xen step by step

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    If you are in a GUI environment there is virt-manager I believe that can
    help you do things graphically. It should be able to help get you started
    with a new VM. Also use the /usr/sbin/xm command for command-line
    management of VMs. There is also /etc/xen/script/xenclone.sh for cloning
    Xen images which is great (I love this command... I have a couple
    "template" VMs that I just clone to create a new VM so I do not need to
    install from scratch unless I'm creating a new template; it's beautiful).

    Good luck.





    vannie wrote:
    > Thanks for reply
    > I can boot xen and login but now what should I do that my question,
    > this is not like citrix where you have xencenter to access you server to
    > build VM and run them.
    >
    >

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