--help Show help information.
--manual Read the manual for this script.
--version Show the version information and exit.
--verbose Show diagnostic output.
--broadcast The broadcast address to use when configured with a static IP.
--dhcp Configure the guest to use DHCP for IP allocation.
--gateway The gateway address to use when configured with a static IP.
--hostname The hostname to configure for the guest.
--ip The IP address to use when configured with a static IP.
--netmask The netmask to use when configured with a static IP.
--nameserver The nameserver to use when configured with a static IP.
--admins Specify which users should be setup as xen-shell admins.
--force Force the overwriting of an existing configuration file.
--initrd Specify the initial ramdisk for the guest.
--kernel Specify the kernel to use for the guest.
--memory Specify the memory to allocate for this guest.
--mac Specify the MAC address to use for the guest.
--template Specify an alternative template file to use.
--nfs_server Specify the NFS server to mount the root partition from.
--nfs_root Specify the path, upon the NFS server, to mount.
- --help Show help information.
- --hostname Specify the hostname to delete.
- --manual Read the manual for this script.
- --version Show the version number and exit.
xen-create-nfs is a simple script which allows you to easily create a single configuration file for a Xen guest which will mount its remote filesystem over an NFS root. It doesn't create any images to use for local storage, and it doesn't support more than the minimal number of options to completement the existing xen-create-image script, however it is hopefully useful.
For more details on what you'll need to support NFS-root Xen guests the following article, written by the author, might be useful: http://www.debian-administration.org/articles/505
Steve Kemp, http://www.steve.org.uk/ Stephane Jourdois
LICENSECopyright (c) 2005-2009 by Steve Kemp, (c) 2010 by The Xen-Tools Development Team. All rights reserved.
This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. The LICENSE file contains the full text of the license.