>> This is something I raised on the upstream xen-devel mailing list. I >> have not yet received any response, so I though I'd try to ask here: >> >> I am using Xen with the included network-route and vif-route scripts. My >> system runs Fedora 14 with Michael Young's Dom0 kernel. >> >> When xend starts and network-route executes, I see the following error: >> >> /etc/xen/scripts/network-route: line 28: >> /proc/sys/net/ipv4/conf/eth/proxy_arp: No such file or directory >> >> It seems that the problem is that the vifnum shell variable is not set.
> I did see your bug, and looked at this bit. As far as I can tell > this is the only occurrence of vifnum anywhere in the xen code, so I > am guessing it is a legacy setting and can be replaced by the > default eth0 which is everywhere else and is what is documented in > xend-config.sxp. Another thing that would be nice would be a hook to allow for custom firewall rules. One of our VMs has a special relationship with a port on Dom0. I'd like to be able to add a firewall rule that allows input packets from vifX.0 to Dom0 on this port. I have not proposed anything upstream yet; I am trying to fix the two bugs first. -- Mike :wq -- xen mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/xen