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mariuscotan 17th May 2010 00:27

centos 5.5 + hypervm + xen
 
Hi,

i have a server running centos 5.5.
I have installed hypervm with xen and now i want to run a windows os under xen.

I am familliar with vmware server, but not with xen.
Finally i have created a vm with windows support, i have installed os, and after setup was completed i see there is no network card installed.

Is there something like vmware tools, but for xen server? How could i enable networking for this machine?

Another question: i don't know if intel virtualization suppor is enabled from bios, and i cant chek in bios because my server is in a datacenter now. Is there a commant to check if virtualization is enabled?


My config:

Intel Pentium D 3.2 Ghz
4 GB memory
320 Gb Hdd: 9.92 Gb / , 498 MB /boot , 1.39 Gb /dev/shm, 1.39 Gb /var/lib/xenstored , and the rest 289.56 GB is lvm
6 Ip adresses
Centos 5.5




Thank you

mariuscotan 17th May 2010 16:50

Any ideea?

falko 18th May 2010 10:40

Quote:

Originally Posted by mariuscotan (Post 228310)
Another question: i don't know if intel virtualization suppor is enabled from bios, and i cant chek in bios because my server is in a datacenter now. Is there a commant to check if virtualization is enabled?

You mean hardware virtualization? Run
Code:

egrep '(vmx|svm)' --color=always /proc/cpuinfo
If you get output, then hardware virtualization is enabled.

alexmartin 29th July 2011 07:56

Hi,

Do you mean have a Xen Node and want to create the Windows VM inside of the Xen Node?

If so can you please make sure whether you have configured network-bridge in Xen. So if you have configured let me know do you have free IP address that are responding inside of the node. Also give me the output of the Windows VM's config file.


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