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Xen VM rescue mode

Hi all,

I am running xen virtual machine on centos 5 and xen gust o.s is centos.

I cannot boot my xen vm machine it saying cannot find /bin/sh to execute.

I want to go to rescue mode of my xen vm machine.

I know how to do on actual physical machine but how i can enter in rescue mode of xen virtual machine.

Please can someone help me?

thanks
Lalit
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