I upgraded the dom0 Kernel. And yes, it is modified (by openSuSE) for XEN.
My poblem is, that I need to have to modfiy the virtual guests (i.e.
copy the correct kernel modules into their filesystems).
My question is, if there is any way to get around this (as we're plan to
use various instaces of XEN guests without touching them at every update)?
Galileon Galilei wrote:
> you upgraded the host kernel? in this case, is the new one
> xen-enabled? because the domain0 kernel should always be modified for
> if it is xen-modified, is xend running? open a console, type
> xm list
> to see if the dom0 is listed....if your new kernel is not
> xen-modified, (plus maybe xen isnt loading at all), you should still
> have an option to boot into the old kernel thru grub when you start
> the computer...
> On 9/4/06, *Jan Albrecht* <jan.albrecht@xxxxxxxxx
> <mailto:jan.albrecht@xxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've a little problem here.
> I'm using SuSE 10.1 as a host system. I had various virtual machines
> (debian,centos,SuSE,...) running on it.
> Last week I did a full upgrade on the host system, even a new kernel.
> After the upgrade all virtual systems had problems, which lasted in
> not be able to boot systems.
> I know what happened, but my question: Is there a way to upgrade a
> host system without needing to touch the virtual machines? Or do I
> always have to patch a virtual host after patching the host system
> Would this be possible with the virtual system supporting hardware
> from Intel/AMD?
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