On 12/17/2010 10:36 PM, Ian Campbell wrote:
On Fri, 2010-12-17 at 14:23 +0000, Zhiyuan Shao wrote:hi all, I had installed Xen-4.0 in my Ubuntu desktop (Maverick Meerkat, 10.10) according to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Xen although, I had to replace grub 2.0 with old version to make everything work. After rebooting, I want to create a PV guest with old method I had used in Xen 3.4.2. However, I got the following messages, and the creation failed. zhiyuan@zhiyuan-ThinkPad-R400:~/xen_work/images/rhel51-pv$ sudo xm cr -c 1-pv.cfg [sudo] password for zhiyuan: Using config file "./1-pv.cfg". Error: (4, 'Out of memory', 'xc_dom_alloc_segment: segment ramdisk too large (0x11575> 0x4000 - 0x1b8f pages)\n')0x11575 pages is a 277M ramdisk, which, as the message says, is really quite large. Especially compared with the 64M of RAM which you have configured the guest with. Ian.
OK, I changed the "memory" line to 800, but, seems it does not work also:zhiyuan@zhiyuan-ThinkPad-R400:~/xen_work/images/rhel51-pv$ sudo xm cr -c 1-pv.cfg
Using config file "./1-pv.cfg".zhiyuan@zhiyuan-ThinkPad-R400:~/xen_work/images/rhel51-pv$ Error: Device 2049 (vbd) could not be connected. Path closed or removed during hotplug add: backend/vbd/1/2049 state: 1
and quite silently .....But I am very sure the disk image path is correct. And tried also to change "sda" to "hda" the result is the same.
I also attach the .config file for the pvops kernel with this email. Should I compile another kernel for the PV domUs?
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