The following lists some steps which are commonly necessary after installing Xen on a new host.
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- There is an issue with Xen unstable (as of 7/16/2012) and some Linux kernels (confirmed in 3.2) where the kernel will restart the machine midway through the boot process. The fix is to add "xsave=0" to the boot parameters for both the Xen kernel line and Linux kernel line in Grub.
When running Xen on a host it is normal to require some particular setup of the network stack in order to provide a way for Virtual Machines to access the network. The most common of these is to use bridging.