Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 240661
XendError: not a valid guest state file: found '<EB>H<90>^P<8E>ÐŒ^@<B0><B8>^@^@<8E>Ø¦lt;C0>'
Last modified: 2008-09-26 14:04:15 EDT
Description of problem:
I did a Xen installation using virt-manager and after a successfull graphical
installation stuff failed to boot the machine. I'm getting some errors within
xend.log but nothing useful for me. File is attached. All I did was just to
customize the partitioning for one native ext3 partition without LVM and
without Swap - a situation that should work with every Linux system (and just
even worked with other Xen systems).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Everytime for me. Looks like something is broken.
Created attachment 155048 [details]
It looks like you were attempting to do a restore of the guest, instead of
starting it again. In virt-manager that was released with RHEL-5, there is no
way to start guests, unfortunately; once you have installed the guest, you need
to go to the command-line and type "xm create <dom>", which should properly
start the domain. This should be addressed in RHEL 5.1. If you start the
domain from the command-line, does it work properly?
Yes, this works. Sorry for bothering.
Unfortunately, Bugzilla doesn't somehow allow me to close this bug report. Can
somebody do this for me? Thank you.