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Old 04-13-2009, 12:53 PM   #1
harsshal
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'connection reset by peer' on xen migration


when I give command to mirgate from 1 domain to other, I get following error.

Code:
[root@hotspare ~]# xm migrate vplanck 192.168.0.42
Error: (104, 'Connection reset by peer')
Usage: xm migrate <Domain> <Host>

Migrate a domain to another machine.

Options:

-h, --help           Print this help.
-l, --live           Use live migration.
-p=portnum, --port=portnum
                     Use specified port for migration.
-r=MBIT, --resource=MBIT
                     Set level of resource usage for migration.
I have done all necessary changes in xend.sxp and have turned firewall off. Still no success.
Any suggestions??
 
  


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