On 08/11/13 05:30, Karl Pielorz wrote:

--On 10 August 2013 19:01:38 +0400 Alexey Degtyarev <ale...@renatasystems.org> wrote:

Try to remove DVD device from problem virtual machine:

# xe vm-list params=uuid name-label=<your-vm-name>

# xe vbd-list empty=true params=uuid vm-uuid=<your-vm-UUID>

# xe vbd-destroy uuid=<vbd-UUID>

Presumably / obviously removing the DVD will stop you booting a .ISO image? - I just built a 9.1-Beta2 release .ISO image w/XENHVM kernel - and ran into the same issue booting that .ISO :(

Can you boot a GENERIC .ISO, use that to do the install, then switch to XENHVM kernel (i.e. once installed and you don't need to boot off of ISO)? [first time with XEN]

For now, yes, but there was talk of enabling XENHVM in GENERIC which would
make this really hard without a boot loader switch to turn XENHVM off.
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