Installing and Configuring CentOS on Xen Server using Xen Center

http://community.citrix.com/display/xs/Configuring+CentOS+5.5+Guests+on+XenServer+5.5+and+5.6

 

 

http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/linux-find-out-the-name-of-dvd-cd-rom-writer-blu-ray-device/

 

 

If you have two NICs you have to ensure that the NIC on the physical server that is connected maps to the Network property that the virtual machine will be using….

 

For example,: Network 0, Network 1 are the default networks on Xen. If you only have an Ethernet cable in one of the NICs then one of the two Networks will be available. This is important to verify when you ‘re setting up a new VM so that all your configuration settings for eth0 or eth1 are mapped to the proper Network # in Xen Center.

 

 

Update XenServer 6.2 – XenCenter Patches HotFix

 

 

Unless you’ve purchased a license you have to perform updates manually using the Console tab in XenCenter.

 

TIP: You can copy/paste commands into the console to save some typing.

 

http://forums.citrix.com/thread.jspa?threadID=332847&tstart=0