I started out with a fresh install of
Ubuntu 14.04 server set up on a 10GB
LVM partition. The only other thing I did was to then install the
sudo apt-get install xen-hypervisor-amd64
I double checked that my hardware could support it (MSI Z87I motherboard and Intel i5-4570S cpu) and that I had virtualization set in the
BIOS. I also double checked that
GRUB defaults to boot into
xen and that the
xen toolchain is set to
xl (not that that would likely cause my problem).
However, my system enters an endless cycle of booting up and rebooting until I tell
GRUB to boot into regular
Ubuntu. Here are the only things that show up whenever it tries booting into
Loading Xen 4.4-amd64 ... WARNING: no console will be available to the OS Loading Linux 3.13.0-24-generic ... Loading initial ramdisk ...
And then it reboots the system. Is there any error logs to check or any other boot parameters to try (the parameters are still set to the default)? Is it related to the above
Edit: I gave up since there was nothing to go on and ended up dual-booting
Ubuntu. I'd be willing to re-install on another partition if anyone has any ideas however.