I want to install F19 as a Xen guest on a Debian 7 host. The computer is 32-bit and has no hardware virtualization. Booting the iso fails due to missing Xen modules from the iso. I was under the impression that modern kernels support Xen out of the box - is that for 64-bit only? Does Fedora have a special Xen kernel for 32-bit?
Best of my knowledge you have to run a paravirtualized guest to have it take advantage of memory adjustment. For PV guests you have to load the xen-balloon kernel module to catch memory adjustments. [by TrevorH]
i am working with embedded system -Dell DCS management sub system. my question is as below:
currently we are using linux kernel 2.6.30 build and we have a kernel logs stored to the /var/log/messages path. now we have to transfer all this logs to the specified SNMP target as a part of SNMP traps. which steps i have to follow to achieve this? reply me friends...
Please investigate the following logs:~/.VirtualBox/VBoxSVC.logThe Logs/VBox.log file of the guest that is running when this happens - this log is in a subfolder off the folder where the guest is installed, search for it if you can't find it.~/.xsession-errors/var/log/messages.log (the kernel log)Also, launch virtualbox from a terminal, and see if there is any errors thrown back at the consol
i've never succeeded to install openSUSE 11.3 (32bit) as a paravirtualized guest on XEN hypervisor. Is the paravirtualization supported as an installation method on XEN on openSUSE 11.3? There are no problems to install SLES11 as a paravirtualized guest on XEN hv, therefore i'm wondering why it doesn't work on openSUSE..