|>After doing the above, I re-installed back the Xen hypervisor,
libraries and tools, and also >the kernel, initrd, and modules. Then I
proceeded to reboot my machine. After rebooting, > my CentOS 4.7 32-bit PV
guest is still able to start and run!
Why it wouldn't ? If your image stays the same.
> I am still very puzzled! What causes the PV guest initially cannot start? Then what >subsequently causes the PV guest to suddenly be able to start and run???
That is not supposed to happen. I would suggest clean OS (without any built in xen presence) install , followed by Xen 3.4.1+pvops kernel clean install.
--- On Fri, 7/24/09, Teo En Ming <enming.teo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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