[one-users] OpenNebula 3.0 and libxenlight (new Xen toolstack)

Tino Vazquez tinova at opennebula.org
Mon Oct 24 07:53:08 PDT 2011

Hi Roger,

It is true that /bin/bash is not installed in every *nix, although it can be
installed and also a symlink can be created. Taking into account that bash
syntax is not completely the same as "sh" syntax, so I think is not that
unreasonable to have "bash" as a requirement for OpenNebula.

Regarding the remotes/im script, they won't use "xenrc" (only applies to
remotes/vmm/xen scripts), but you can change remotes/im/xen.d/xen.rb, lines

XCP also offers the XCP toolstack, just saying because we are collaborating
with Xen.org [1][2], although the integration is based on XAPI rather than



[1] http://blog.opennebula.org/?p=2118
Constantino Vázquez Blanco, MSc
OpenNebula Project Engineer
www.OpenNebula.org | @tinova79

On Mon, Oct 24, 2011 at 11:21 AM, Roger Pau Monné
<roger.pau at entel.upc.edu>wrote:

> Hello,
> I've been trying to get the new Xen toolstack (libxl) to work with
> OpenNebula, but I have an unusual install (my Xen Hypervisor is
> installed in /usr/xen42) and my Dom0 machines are NetBSD powered. I've
> changed my paths in remotes/vmm/xen/xenrc, but it seems like scripts
> in remotes/im have hardcoded paths and ignore xenrc completely. Also I
> was wondering why /bin/bash is used in all scripts, most Linux distros
> come with bash by default, but this is not a rule, other OSes only
> come with /bin/sh, and bash is installed locally (in
> /usr/local/bin/bash or /usr/pkg/bin/bash), so I think all scripts
> should use /bin/sh instead of /bin/bash. I will continue trying to get
> this working, and post the results/changes if necessary.
> Anyone had any luck in running OpenNebula using the xl toolstack?
> Regards, Roger.
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