Am 20.07.2010 um 13:53 schrieb Michael MacLeod:

If you're booting the XEN kernel, it's going to need to be running in
paravirtualized mode. It lacks drivers for non-XEN devices. Also, I have found the XEN kernel running in paravirtualized mode to be nowhere near
stable enough for production use.

Thanks for clarifying this.

So good news is: i don't need to install a XEN-Kernel. Bad news: GENERIC won't boot out of the box.

I have used 8.0 with the GENERIC kernel in
several domUs (running on Xen 3.4.2 and 4.0) successfully.

My provider is using XEN 3.3.1 - are there any known problems?

This config file will work for an 8.0 box:

I have to ask my provider for that.

After a litte digging i also found the configuration for a XENHVM- Kernel:


Is this one maybe worth a try?


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