Re: Xen and PAE
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- Subject: Re: Xen and PAE
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- Date: Tue, 01 May 2007 08:38:40 -0400
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I finally managed to start my DomU. The main problem I had was the
concept that the kernel running in the DomU is the same has the on
found in /boot of Dom0. Here "found" means not only the version but
also the physical location. I tried many times to have it installed
in /boot of my DomU without success until I understood it comes from
So, now my DomU is running but ...... without network! Another problem
Thanks for the help.
Cool, you're welcome, I'm glad I was able to help. Hope you
don't mind if I stick this back on the list.
Networking was not nearly so bad when I set it up the first
time. This page really helped me understand how it was supposed
to work conceptually:
So did you actually end up using the exact same kernel for your
Dom0 and your DomU's, or do you have different Xen-enabled
kernels in some of your DomU's? Doing a PAE-enabled Dom0 with
non-PAE enabled DomU's (or something even more radical...
different versioned kernels or something) is something I haven't
tried. Does it work?