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You are not suppose to mount the disk with any filesystem format; In Ubuntu, using gparted I specified the /dev/xvda2 to "Cleared" partition. and running the same command removes the above error.
I had the same problem with debian wheezy 7.8 guests. Installing the wheezy backports kernel 3.16.0-0.bpo.4-amd64 solved it for me. This was on the guests, I didn't touch the host. Add the following line to /etc/apt/sources.list: deb http://ftp.uk.debian.org/debian/ wheezy-backports main Then run apt-get update apt-get -t wheezy-backports install ...
If you ssh into your Dom0 (Xen Core).. Su to root... . then do a 'xm list' first is your Centos domU vm running? or is it powered off by defualt. If it is you can do a 'xm start xxxxx' where xxxxx is the name that was shown in the 'xm list' Then wait a couple of seconds and try 'xm console xxxxx' where again xxxxx is the name of the vm your trying to ...
smeeb, Depending on what your trying to do as a developer. XEN, VirtualBox, VMware are all Hypervisor engines that are taking the real PC (Ram, HD, CPU, etc). And makeing them virtulized in a "Simulated" mannor. Keeping them abstracted from the real hardware layer of the HOST they are running on. If you writing code that is for the Host, the virtual ...
Decide what you want to do: application-independent and more "general" network security done by iptables on the NFS server application-specific security done by nfsd on the NFS server or both. In NFS, you share a directory read-only to a specific client as follows: echo "/mynfs clt.xmpl.com(sync)" >> /etc/exports.d/my-ro.exports exportfs -r
First I would use sshfs. Second up to NFSv3 on Linux NFS is insecure. You can either build a private NFS network or use secure NFSv4.
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