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Me too - Re: [Fedora-xen] dissapearing guests



I am experiencing the same problem on a new Dell Optiplex GX520. I'm new at this as well.

Paul O'rorke wrote:
maybe I've missed something but if I reboot or shutdown a guest domain I can't start it again. xm --list doesn't show the domain. From the Virtual Machine Manager (FC6) if I go : File --> Restore saved machine (Restore a saved machine from a filesystem image) and pint to /vm/webserver I get a dialogue box stating:

    *Error restoring domain '/vm/webserver'.  Is the domain already
    running?*


Similary if I try to restore from the disk file with xm restore I get the following:

    *# xm restore /vm/webserver*
    *Error: Restore failed*
    *Usage: xm restore <CheckpointFile>*

    *Restore a domain from a saved state.*


I'm guessing that the disk file is not the correct file to restore from - <CheckpointFile>?? but I can't find anywhere documentation on how to open these machines. This is my first bash at virtualization in Xen so I appologize if I've missed something in the docs. What can I do to open this guest?

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