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RE: [Xen-users] Convert CentOS system to Xen image?

To: "Ross S. W. Walker" <rwalker@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: RE: [Xen-users] Convert CentOS system to Xen image?
From: James Pifer <jep@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 02 Apr 2008 16:38:14 -0400
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> Well, your almost there, but you need to boot up an OS recovery iso
> in the HVM and reinstall grub as the primary disk will now be 'hda'
> instead of whatever the other server's was, probably 'sda', or
> 'md0' if it had software raid.
> Once you have it running install the xen PV kernel, use disklabels
> for non-LVM volumes in your fstab and grub and then shut it down
> and convert the config to PVM. Boot with 'xm create -c <config'
> so you see the grub menu and select the xen kernel. Once you
> have the PVM running, set it's kernel as the default in grub.

I tried to do that. Since it's full virt does an actual CD need to be
inserted in the box? I tried adding a virtual CDROM using the ISO, but
it will not boot off of it. 

On the screen I have
ata0 master is the qemu hard disk.
ata0 slave is Unknown device.

I installed a xen PV kernel on the live server before grabbing it. 


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