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[Xen-users] Suspend fails, "not managed by Xend lifecycle support"

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Subject: [Xen-users] Suspend fails, "not managed by Xend lifecycle support"
From: Michael Jinks <mjinks@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 6 Apr 2009 17:25:22 -0500
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I have a dom0 (Linux) with one domU (also Linux).  I haven't tried
suspend and restore before, but it seems easy enough.  But when I try it
I get the error:

 % sudo xm suspend evil
 Error: Domain is not managed by Xend lifecycle support.

...Really?  I can use other xm commands to query the domU, including xm
console.  The domU had to get there somehow, and since xm is the only
way I know how to use...

What is that error really telling me?


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