F16: kernel 3.4.2 and virtualization problems
On Wed, Jun 20, 2012 at 1:45 PM, sguazt <email@example.com> wrote:
> I've just upgraded the kernel with last yum updates and now I have
> problems in properly running Xen/libvirt.
> The first strange thing it happened is a file system corruption of one
> of my VMs.
> The second strange thing is that now I am unable to successfully
> create a new VM.
> If I run:
> sudo virt-install -v -l
> --ram 1024 --disk path=./images/myvm-f17_64-xen.img,size=10 --name
> myvm-f17_64 *--graphics
> vnc,password=qweasdzxc,port=5904,listen=0.0.0.0 --debug
> once QEMU starts, it tells that it is unable to find a bootable disk:
> "Boot from Hard Disk failed: not a bootable disk"
> If I reboot with the previous kernel (3.3.8) all runs fine.
> Any idea?
I was wrong in saying that with kernel 3.3.8 all worked fine.
The problem also persists with that kernel. When I tried, I
erroneously rebooted without Xen and thus I was creating VM with KVM
So what could be happened to my Xen environment?
Thank you so much
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