LeeUK wrote:You can't boot a PVM guest from an ISO. It can only boot from a Network Boot Path.
I can create the guest and and add a small boot ISO from the ISO Repositiory, which I then intent to Kickstart the rest of the installation. When starting the Guest, the following is received:
user2647970 wrote:You should verify that your guest is making HTTP requests properly. Check the access_log on your HTTP server and make sure the files it is looking for are there and are returning a status of 200.
I have the same issue here. Encountered 12hours ago. Anyone got any solution on how to install RHEL6.2 on a XEN PVM? I logged a case to Oracle Support 9hours ago. However, they have not get backup to me yet. According to the OVM guest compatibility check list, paravirtualize VM can support RHEL 6.x guest OS. I try NFS, HTTP and FTP. None of them works to boot Linux bootloader from network boot path.
user2647970 wrote:We updated pyGRUB to look in the right place for the RHEL6 and OL6 media. Again, check the access_log on your webserver to see if your Oracle VM Server is even managing to get to the webserver. Perhaps there is a DNS issue? Or firewall that's blocking access?
The HTTP access is alright. I can browse all files from a web browser. I even create /images/xen directory and copy over the vmlinuz and initrd image to it. As I read from one thread, it mentions that xen directory has been removed from the installer CDROM in RHEL ver 6.
Calintz wrote:Those are all returning 404 File Not Found errors, so your server is unable to find the files it is looking for on that webserver. You need to confirm that those files are in the right place and accessible by the Oracle VM Servers in your environment. Keep in mind that you need the entire contents of the DVD, not just the RPMs.
Hi, below is the HTTP logs from Windows IIS