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Re: [Libvir] Empty <bootloader> tag?

Kaitlin Rupert wrote:
Daniel P. Berrange wrote:
On Wed, Jan 16, 2008 at 10:56:39PM -0800, Kaitlin Rupert wrote:

I created a guest from XML without a <bootloader> tag. When I run dumpxml on the guest, I notice that an empty <bootloader /> tag is appended. Is this the expected behavior? This seems to differ from the behavior of other optional tags.

Yes & no. You should get a bootloader tag added only if you didn't
already have a kerenl/initrd tag.

What version of Xen are you using ? Please capture the output of
  'xm list --long {NAME OF GUEST}'


sudo /usr/sbin/xm list --long domU1
    (on_crash destroy)
    (uuid 12278656-c4c9-11dc-8852-feffffffffff)
    (bootloader_args )
    (vcpus 1)
    (name domU1)
    (on_poweroff destroy)
    (on_reboot restart)
    (bootloader )
    (maxmem 128)

    (on_xend_start ignore)
    (on_xend_stop ignore)
            (kernel /tmp/default-xen-kernel)
            (ramdisk /tmp/default-xen-initrd)
            (args 'TERM=xterm ')

Just wanted to follow up on this issue. Since this guest has a kernel tag, it should not have a bootloader tag - is that correct?

Kaitlin Rupert
IBM Linux Technology Center
kaitlin linux vnet ibm com

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