On Sun, Jul 04, 2004 at 09:50:57PM +0100, Ian Pratt wrote:
> > I'd need to use the iSCSI in domain 0 approach (other people's
> > guests...), haven't tried it due to lack of hardware targets, didn't get
> > warm fuzzies from Ardistech's code -- you've had no problems with it
> > though?
> I've mainly used a NetApp filer h/w target, so I haven't really
> got enough experience to says whether the Ardistech code is
> stable or not. There's always enbd, nbd, gnbd which are all
> simple enough to believe that they work...
I can see how that works using initrd to mount *nbd as root in guest
domains, but what about using *nbd in dom0 and then allocating that as
VDs to the other domains? Is that supposed to work? I remember
something about needing physical raw partitions for VBDs, at least under
1.2. Am I missing something?
(For anyone curious, if using *nbd I would need to keep it in dom0,
rather than in each guest, for both security and maintainability. For a
public Xenoserver, uid 0 on the guests is assumed to be untrusted.)
Stephen G. Traugott (KG6HDQ)
UNIX/Linux Infrastructure Architect, TerraLuna LLC
http://www.stevegt.com -- http://Infrastructures.Org
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