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Try installing CentOS 7 in fully-paravirtualized mode. You can use a kickstart to automate the installation; so long as the grub configuration files are patched to be readable by XenServer 6.2's pygrub, the virtual machine will boot. XenServer Tools will install properly inside the paravirtual machine. The next version is due soon, and you may have better ...


It's not aconfiguration issue as such. Xen allow for virtual disks to be mapped to partition names. I used to do it that way in the past but revert to a more classic approach later on for several reasons. As far as i remember, you use the vdisks as partitions or even add partitions on top of it. You would end up with something like xvda1p1 iirc.

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