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[Xen-users] Firs reboot to host OS

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  • From: Dmitry Lunts <eingorn777@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 7 Aug 2009 17:28:37 +0400
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I'm completely new to Xen, so my question may seem to be rather stupid.
This is as follows.
I have vmlinuz-,
Âvmlinuz- and vmlinuz- installed on my system.
GRUB is configured to boot into vmlinuz- and
vmlinuz- So, when I boot into xen0 everything seems to be OK
(I haven't dug into details yet, so there may be NOT everything is OK :-))
But when I shutdown the system (being logged to Xen) in regular way
(as far as I understand, in this case I shutdown dom0, right?) and then reboot
to Fedora 10 (i.e., to vmlinuz- FIRST TIME , boot process
takes long-long-long time.
The next time I boot to Fedora 10 boot process takes as usually not more
than 2 minutes.
So the question is: what is going on so long time when rebooting from Xen to host OS for the FIRST TIME?
Could anyone forgive me my ignorance and enlighten me?

Best regards, Dmitry
email: eingorn777@xxxxxxxxx
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