Boot from CD-ROM in XEN
Benoit.Calvez at gmail.com
Wed Nov 19 03:45:58 PST 2008
On Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 11:01 AM, Alex Keda <admin at lissyara.su> wrote:
> Jeremy Chadwick пишет:
>> On Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 01:28:15PM +0300, Alex Keda wrote:
>>> I replace default GENERIC kernel on my XEN kernel in FreeBSD
>>> installation CD-ROM (i386 7.0-RELEASE)
>>> But, I cannot boot in XEN - I see fast run "BTX halted" and many other
>>> debugging info.
>> BTX halted is a message coming from either boot2 or loader, not the
>> kernel. Do you see the FreeBSD beastie logo/menu before you see this
> No, but, messages go very fast - I'm doubt.
>>> Can I boot from FreeBSD CD-ROM in XEN?
>> I know nothing about Xen (what it is, what purpose it serves, etc.).
>> If it's a "hardware emulator" of some sort, then I'd be wary of it.
>> Try things on real hardware if possible.
> I try original CD - same behavior...
In order to get a XEN domU working, I created an image of a freebsd :
make kernel KERNCONF=XEN
make world DESTDIR=/mnt
make distribution DESTDIR=/mnt
or something like.
then I run xm create with this image.
tell me if you need more informations or if you need some help.
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