On Mon, May 03, 2010 at 10:42:08AM -0400, David Huff wrote:
On 05/03/2010 10:22 AM, David Huff wrote:
> On 04/29/2010 08:26 PM, David Huff wrote:
>> On 04/29/2010 06:03 PM, Greg DeKoenigsberg wrote:
>>> Thanks, zodbot!
>>> <zodbot> Minutes:
>>> <zodbot> Minutes (text):
>>> <zodbot> Log:
>>> The big takeaway from my perspective: we need as much help as we can get
>>> to create an F12 image that boots on RHEL 5.5 + Xen. Then we take *that*
>>> image and test it on EC2. It may well fail, since it appears that
>>> running a Frankenstein RHEL 5.(0-2), but at least we'll be able to
>>> their failures, demonstrate that we've got our stuff working, and put
>>> pressure on them to fix if need be.
>>> <gregdek> OK, so to recap the plan:
>>> <gregdek> * huff will post the latest ks and tools he's been using
>> Latests version of the ks file is here:
>> to generate the image run the command:
>> # mkdir include (this is for the kernels)
>> # appliance-creator --cache /var/cache/ac/ -d -v -i ./include -n
>> fedora-ec2-image -c
>> I ran some tests tonight and was able to boot this image in kvm on f12
>> with no selinux issues, I did have to change the fs=label, and fstabb/c
>> kvm did not like xvda, but had no problem booting this image.
>> I was not able to test in xen however. If someone could provide me with
>> example xen paravirt config file (non hvm), I will try and test in xen
> I was able to boot this image on a RHEL5.5 box with xen
> xen-3.0.3-105.el5. Again I had to change back to sda in both grub.conf
> and fstab instead of xvda (why did we change to xvda?) however I had no
> selinux issues.
I have uploaded the ks file to use sda instead of xvda.
Odd, I got it to work with xvda and this config file... Of note, I am using
the external kernel that is visible on EC2. Here is my xen guest config:
name = "F1264"
uuid = "45777eb3-251b-e70a-1cb6-3ad837351441"
maxmem = 1024
memory = 1024
vcpus = 2
kernel = "/tmp/kernels/vmlinux-184.108.40.206-70.fc12.x86_64"
ramdisk = "/tmp/kernels/initramfs-220.127.116.11-70.fc12.x86_64.img"
root = "/dev/xvda1 ro"
on_poweroff = "destroy"
on_reboot = "restart"
on_crash = "restart"
vfb = [ "type=vnc,vncunused=1,keymap=en-us" ]
disk = [ "tap:aio:/home/data/xen/fedora-ec2-image-xvda.raw,xvda,w" ]
vif = [ "mac=00:16:36:6e:0e:d5,bridge=virbr0,script=vif-bridge" ]
Notice the selinux issue is now resolved. I will upload this image to EC2
for a test run at the end of the day.