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Subject: [Xen-devel] 'memory_dynamic_max must be greater than zero' when using xend.domain.create via xml-rpc
From: "Robert Lacroix" <mail@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2007 18:40:03 +0200
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After receiving no answer on xen-users, I post my question here:


When trying to create domains with "xend.domain.create" called via xml-rpc, xend always returns "memory_dynamic_max must be greater than zero". xend.log says


[2007-09-23 23:35:53 30064] DEBUG (__init__:1072) XendDomainInfo.create(www2.cfg)


but the domain is never created. Issuing "xm create www2.cfg" works perfectly well though. Xen is running 3.1.0. Other things I tried that didn't work either:


* full path to config file instead of filename

* xend.domain.create_from_dict instead of xend.domain.create


Any ideas?


Thanks, Robert


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