- Aug 21, 2007 11:07:00 AM (6 years ago)
v5 v6 48 48 with all of the above changes made, you should now be able to reboot your machine, and it will come up as the `dom0`. 49 49 50 == upgrading Xen on debian== 50 ==== 51 51 52 52 when a new kernel comes in, you'll want to make sure the new kernel is available to all your virtual machines (dom0 and all the domUs). This can be tricky to get right. The kernel for the dom0 is properly handled by grub. But the kernels for the domUs need to be modified in their config files in `/etc/xen/`''domUname''`.cfg`. I've found in etch at least that you'll need to restart the domU via the dom0 to get the new kernel as well.