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Re: [Xen-devel] Re: Need help..

I am confused:

dom0 /usr is /dev/hda6


dom1 /usr is /dev/sd6 which is mapped to /dev/hda7

does it mean even these are separate physical entities, they
have to mounted read-only?


On Wed, 21 Apr 2004, Mark Williamson wrote:

> Hi there,
> > Warning: one or more hard disk extents are
> >         writeable by two or more domains simultaneously.
> 1) You need to set /usr as read only in both fstabs, i.e.
> in dom0:
> LABEL=/usr    /usr    ext3    defaults,ro     1 2
> in the other domain:
> /dev/sda6     /usr    ext3    defaults,ro     1 2
> Reboot dom0 so this change gets noticed.
> 2) Make sure you don't have /dev/hda8 mounted AT ALL in dom0 and make sure you
> don't mount it while the other domain is running.
> That should fix you up.
> Cheers,
> Mark

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