Difference: XenGuestOnLCFG ( vs. 1)

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META TOPICPARENT name="XENonLCFG"
If you got your LCFG machine running as XEN host, then you can also get XEN guests running within the host. There is no automatic way of creating the guest, the building process is the same as for a normal LCFG machine (you'll need of course go through steps that of creating the initial XEN virtual machine configuration). The profile of the guest should have the following hardware resources:

!inv.model              mSET(XEN Virtual Machine)

/* Adding IDE support */

!fstab.disks                    mSET(hda)
!fstab.partitions_hda           mSET()
!fstab.dopartition_hda          mSET(no)
!fstab.spec_root                mSUBST(sda,hda)
!fstab.spec_swap                mSUBST(sda,hda)
!fstab.spec_pie                 mSUBST(sda,hda)

!grub.installdev                         mSUBST(sda,hda)
!grub.kroot_defaultboot_disk1            mSUBST(sda,hda)
!grub.kroot_defaultboot_disk1single      mSUBST(sda,hda)
!grub.timeout_defaultboot mSET(0)

/* end of IDE support */

/* Add modules */

!hardware.modlist       mADD(eth scsi)

hardware.mod_eth        alias eth0 tg3
hardware.mod_scsi       alias scsi_hostadapter ata_piix

The IDE support configuration may need to be changed according to your local setup.

-- Main.pkritika - 05 Sep 2008

 
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