After a bit of turmoil and hair pulling, I've got a two XEN VMs working as an
OpenSSI cluster. The dom0 is FC4 (not clustered) and the domUs are Debian
The only way I was able to get the VMs to completely boot was to remove the
e2fsck check in the init scripts. Otherwise, I get the error "your version of
e2fsck is too old", "/dev/sda1 -- unsupported function" (or something like
that). Then, I get a prompt to enter the root password or reboot. I can then
mount the disk, and telinit 3, etc. and it mostly boots.
If I take out the fsck, it boots up completely and seems to work fine.
I've tried to update e2fsck using apt-get and it tells me I have the latest
version (1.35 I think -- I don't currently have access to my environment).
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