Hi,

Karl: Is no media in the driver, the iso image was also removed! still the
problem persists.

Sergey: The problem remains, did the change in "/etc/ttys" as described
here:

http://wiki.sysconfig.org.uk/display/howto/Xen+FreeBSD+8.2+DomU+%28PV%29+--+Step+by+Step+Howto

But when I reboot, the system hangs at the same stage.

Regards,

EDM.


On 23 August 2013 13:02, Sergey Kandaurov <pluk...@gmail.com> wrote:

> On 23 August 2013 16:45, Ederson de Moura <eder...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello guys,
> >
> > I installed FreeBSD 9.1 (64 bit) in XenServer (5.6.0)! It's running
> > perfectly, following the tutorial below:
> >
> >
> http://www.vanhal-ict.nl/1/post/2012/8/freebsd-9-domu-on-xen-part-i-installing-freebsd.html
> >
> > But the moment you recompile the kernel GENERIC, the system hangs on
> load. Even
> > making the changes suggested in the tutorial (Part II: Optimizing
> FreeBSD) or
> > not.
> >
> > The system does not load! as follows my print:
> >
> > http://200.189.101.110/~edm/FreeBSD-Xen-Stop.png
> >
> > Reloading the old kernel, the system up! Does anyone have any idea what
> could
> > be the problem?
> >
> > Best regards,
> >
>
> Also, I would check if multiuser output is properly routed.  Check your
> /etc/ttys. I don't remember well but to get them you probably need to
> replace ttyv0 with xc0 which is the default Xen console instead of UART.
>
> That would answer why you see kernel messages and don't see multiuser ones
> which usually appear right after "cd0" string or close to.
>
> --
> wbr,
> pluknet
>



-- 
Ederson de Moura
http://sites.google.com/site/edersondemoura/
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