On Thu, 2006-03-30 at 13:23 +0200, Aleksander Adamowski wrote:
Introduction: when one installs a Xen guest using
at the end of the installation the guest is shutdown and
xenguest-install.py prints out instructions to start it up with "xm
create -c GUEST_NAME".
The instructions are wrong - the parameter to "-c" switch is a file
name, so a full path is needed.
No, "-c" just means "attach to the console", it doesn't take a
And "xm create -c $GUESTNAME" works fine for me.
If one proceeds according to the instructions, and the current
directory isn't /etc/xen, an unhelpful error will occur:
[root@domzero2 xen]# xm create -c svn
Using config file "svn".
This means that it is picking up another file named "svn" in the current
directory, not in /etc/xen. If it was picking up an /etc/xen/svn file,
it would say so on that "Using config file" line.
This is not a bug, you've given it an existing file to work on, but it's
not a valid config file, so you get an error.