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Re: [Xen-API] [Xen-users] newbie totally at a loss with debian VM not starting up: Unable to find partition containing kernel

Well, I think you should start from very beginning.

1. Check pbd status for SR. (xe pbd-list sr-uuid=... ) and see if they are currently-attached=true 2. Try to do manual vbd-creation between dom0 and vdi of machine (and plug it).

I think you found error somewhere around those steps. After that you can post data here and we'll give you move exact answer.

On 12.06.2012 13:42, Ian Campbell wrote:

On Mon, 2012-06-11 at 22:22 +0100, Ron Arts wrote:

I took over an existing XCP installation, and even though I can do basic stuff,
this one has me baffled. Googling around I tried from dom0:

# EDITOR=vi xe-edit-bootloader -n miami -p 1
Creating dom0 VBD: 512e4f4c-58f5-10ee-eb4e-332d1762ef80
Plugging VBD: The SR has no attached PBDs
sr: f010f574-40b0-6e3a-1952-0c6e299e9315 (Local storage)

/dev/: not a block special
Unplugging VBD: The device is not currently attached
device: 512e4f4c-58f5-10ee-eb4e-332d1762ef80
. done

I may have caused it myself by doing something stupid, but how do I
tackle this?


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