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Three simple steps in the guest typically swapoff mkswap /dev/[swapdevice] swapon Unless you're using a partition, if that's the case that may require extending first.
Put your Dom0 physical interface (eth0) into the same bridge (br0) as your virtual interfaces (vifX.Y). The bridge then functions as a layer 2 switch, connecting your VMs to the physical network. The Dom0's IP address then goes on the bridge, not on the physical interface.
I had a very similar problem like this. And I believe your problem is caused by the fact that your Xen-Image is ziped and yet you forgot to "insmod gzio" in your menuentry for Xen.
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