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Cleanly creating a Fedora 14 xen domU from an existing Fedora 14 VM

I recently found myself wanting to use a Fedora 14 xen domU on my Debian Lenny dom0, but kept running into problems trying to build Fedora VMs using xen-tools. Although I previously wrote about creating VMs using qemu, I didn’t … Continue reading

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New xen bridge

So, I needed to create a new domU for a friend but didn’t want to pay an additional $1 for a static IP address. What I decided to do was create a dummy interface on my dom0 (dummy0) for a … Continue reading

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Starting domUs on boot

So, my dom0 mysteriously rebooted and came back up with no domUs running. There is an /etc/init.d/xenddomains service and it was running, but unfortunately that did not suffice. Looking at /etc/default/xendomains (Debian Lenny): ## Type: string ## Default: /etc/xen/auto # … Continue reading

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XEN Bridging

I’ve been renting a very inexpensive (though adequately equipped) server from CoreNetworks.net for a while now and finally wanted to try switching my XEN installation (which is all this box is used for) from NAT to bridging to allow me … Continue reading

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xen

So, one of my dislikes w/ xen was that I couldn’t get any of the www.jailtime.org images to work and I had no idea how to create non-CentOS images. After having a look at the man page for virt-install, I … Continue reading

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I used this site extensively, but I’ll document my steps incase that disappears. Here’s my /etc/xen/xend-config.sxp, minus comments and empty lines. I chose to use a bridge so that I can just piggy-back on my public IP (eth0). (xend-unix-server yes) … Continue reading

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