El 1/03/16 a les 13:54, Gustau Pérez ha escrit:
> El 1/03/16 a les 13:15, Roger Pau Monné ha escrit:
>>>    I tried deleting the xen-tools package and then deleting
>>> /var/db/xen*. After that I rebooted (there was two xenstore processes,
>>> I'd say one is the kernel side process and the other the user space
>>> process, whose binary is installed by the xen-tools port). Finally I
>>> installed the xen-tools. But the error remains. The error can be found
>>> at [1].
>> Hm, this is weird. First things first, you should only have one
>> xenstored process running in Dom0, so when doing a ps aux you should see:
>> root   675   0.0  0.1 23100 2548   -  I    12:21     0:00.69
>> /usr/local/sbin/xenstored --pid-file...
>    This is the output of `ps axuw|grep xenstored|grep -v grep`:
>        root    4549   0,0  0,1  12772  3124   -  I    10:53     0:00,20
> /usr/local/sbin/xenstored --pid-file /var/run/xenstored.pid
>> But only one of those lines, if you have more than one, something is
>> clearly wrong. Can you check if you maybe have duplicated init scripts
>> in /etc/rc.d and /usr/local/etc/rc.d?
>> Then, can you paste the output of `xenstore-ls -fp` before creating the
>> domain that's giving you the error? If you can paste the config file of
>> the domain that might also help tracking this down.
>    Sure, [1] is the output of the xenstore-ls -fp and [2] is the config
> of the domain. Also, the block script [3] is so simple that it does nothing.
   Hi Roger,

   strike my last, don't know why but now it does not complain. I can't
explain why.

   Thank you and sorry for the noise,


freebsd-xen@freebsd.org mailing list
To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-xen-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"

Reply via email to