XEN on CentOS 6 - VPS Crashing

Hi

I am trying to install a new node with Centos 6.5 64bit. Every new VPS that I create crashes after starting up. I have been struggling to fix this for last few days but no luck so far. Tried several re-installations. See below please

[root@node1 tmp]# xm create /home/xen/vm101/vm101.cfg
Using config file "/home/xen/vm101/vm101.cfg".
Started domain vm101 (id=23)



SolusVM and xm list both shows the VPS running but after a while SolusmVM shows it offline and xm list does not show the VPS running.


Last few lines from /var/log/xen/xend.log are:


[2014-07-12 03:52:23 27871] DEBUG (DevController:97) DevController: writing {'domain': 'vm101', 'frontend': '/local/domain/23/device/console/0', 'uuid': '28be3d1e-f784-4103-e9c3-6336020fc8e2', 'frontend-id': '23', 'state': '1', 'location': '2', 'online': '1', 'protocol': 'vt100'} to /local/domain/0/backend/console/23/0.
[2014-07-12 03:52:23 27871] DEBUG (DevController:139) Waiting for devices tap2.
[2014-07-12 03:52:23 27871] DEBUG (XendDomainInfo:1882) XendDomainInfo.handleShutdownWatch
[2014-07-12 03:52:23 27871] DEBUG (DevController:139) Waiting for devices vif.
[2014-07-12 03:52:23 27871] DEBUG (DevController:144) Waiting for 0.
[2014-07-12 03:52:23 27871] DEBUG (DevController:628) hotplugStatusCallback /local/domain/0/backend/vif/23/0/hotplug-status.
[2014-07-12 03:52:24 27871] DEBUG (DevController:628) hotplugStatusCallback /local/domain/0/backend/vif/23/0/hotplug-status.
[2014-07-12 03:52:24 27871] DEBUG (DevController:642) hotplugStatusCallback 1.
[2014-07-12 03:52:24 27871] DEBUG (DevController:139) Waiting for devices vkbd.
[2014-07-12 03:52:24 27871] DEBUG (DevController:139) Waiting for devices ioports.
[2014-07-12 03:52:24 27871] DEBUG (DevController:139) Waiting for devices tap.
[2014-07-12 03:52:24 27871] DEBUG (DevController:139) Waiting for devices vif2.
[2014-07-12 03:52:24 27871] DEBUG (DevController:139) Waiting for devices console.
[2014-07-12 03:52:24 27871] DEBUG (DevController:144) Waiting for 0.
[2014-07-12 03:52:24 27871] DEBUG (DevController:139) Waiting for devices vscsi.
[2014-07-12 03:52:24 27871] DEBUG (DevController:139) Waiting for devices vbd.
[2014-07-12 03:52:24 27871] DEBUG (DevController:144) Waiting for 2049.
[2014-07-12 03:52:24 27871] DEBUG (DevController:628) hotplugStatusCallback /local/domain/0/backend/vbd/23/2049/hotplug-status.
[2014-07-12 03:52:24 27871] DEBUG (DevController:642) hotplugStatusCallback 1.
[2014-07-12 03:52:24 27871] DEBUG (DevController:144) Waiting for 2050.
[2014-07-12 03:52:24 27871] DEBUG (DevController:628) hotplugStatusCallback /local/domain/0/backend/vbd/23/2050/hotplug-status.
[2014-07-12 03:52:24 27871] DEBUG (DevController:642) hotplugStatusCallback 1.
[2014-07-12 03:52:24 27871] DEBUG (DevController:139) Waiting for devices irq.
[2014-07-12 03:52:24 27871] DEBUG (DevController:139) Waiting for devices vfb.
[2014-07-12 03:52:24 27871] DEBUG (DevController:139) Waiting for devices pci.
[2014-07-12 03:52:24 27871] DEBUG (DevController:139) Waiting for devices vusb.
[2014-07-12 03:52:24 27871] DEBUG (DevController:139) Waiting for devices vtpm.
[2014-07-12 03:52:24 27871] INFO (XendDomain:1225) Domain vm101 (23) unpaused.
[2014-07-12 03:53:07 27871] WARNING (XendDomainInfo:2062) Domain has crashed: name=vm101 id=23.
[2014-07-12 03:53:07 27871] ERROR (XendDomainInfo:2196) VM vm101 restarting too fast (Elapsed time: 43.671307 seconds). Refusing to restart to avoid loops.
[2014-07-12 03:53:07 27871] DEBUG (XendDomainInfo:3077) XendDomainInfo.destroy: domid=23
[2014-07-12 03:53:07 27871] DEBUG (XendDomainInfo:2402) Destroying device model
[2014-07-12 03:53:07 27871] DEBUG (XendDomainInfo:2409) Releasing devices
[2014-07-12 03:53:07 27871] DEBUG (XendDomainInfo:2415) Removing vif/0
[2014-07-12 03:53:07 27871] DEBUG (XendDomainInfo:1276) XendDomainInfo.destroyDevice: deviceClass = vif, device = vif/0
[2014-07-12 03:53:07 27871] DEBUG (XendDomainInfo:2415) Removing console/0
[2014-07-12 03:53:07 27871] DEBUG (XendDomainInfo:1276) XendDomainInfo.destroyDevice: deviceClass = console, device = console/0
[2014-07-12 03:53:07 27871] DEBUG (XendDomainInfo:2415) Removing vbd/2049
[2014-07-12 03:53:07 27871] DEBUG (XendDomainInfo:1276) XendDomainInfo.destroyDevice: deviceClass = vbd, device = vbd/2049
[2014-07-12 03:53:07 27871] DEBUG (XendDomainInfo:2415) Removing vbd/2050
[2014-07-12 03:53:07 27871] DEBUG (XendDomainInfo:1276) XendDomainInfo.destroyDevice: deviceClass = vbd, device = vbd/2050
[2014-07-12 03:53:07 27871] DEBUG (XendDomainInfo:2407) No device model
[2014-07-12 03:53:07 27871] DEBUG (XendDomainInfo:2409) Releasing devices



Your help will be much appreciated.

Zulqarnain
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ambatihpCommented:
Would need to logs little further, the error states that its restart too fast.
There could be several reasons why its dumping, the most common issues that usually comes us is a device that is defined conf is missing (like sda1/sda2).
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sysautomationAuthor Commented:
Wen contacted SolusVM support they confirmed that the image supplied with SolusVM does not work with CentOS 6. Everything else was fine. I replaced the image and it worked.
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As stated in my answer
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