Yeps that's it,
xen-pciback.hide instead of pciback.hide works fine.
Hmm perhaps it would be nice to have some "autobind" option for devices in .cfg.
So you can let xend autounbind and bind pci and usb devices.
Or some scripting hooks like onbeforestart, etc.
Apart from not getting it to reboot, 126.96.36.199 pvops seems to work fine at the
Monday, December 14, 2009, 3:54:00 PM, you wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 14, 2009 at 10:12:09AM +0100, Sander Eikelenboom wrote:
>> Hi Konrad,
>> I was trying 188.8.131.52 pvops on my xen-3.4.2 server passing through 3
>> pci-devices, but none seems to get seized by pciback.
>> On xen-3.4.2 in combination with a xenified 2.6.29 kernel/ 184.108.40.206-xen
>> kernel it works fine with the same config in grub.
>> Could this be due to the renaming stuff of blkdev pciback to xen-blkdev
>> xen-pciback etc. ?
> Might be. Try to change the 'pciback.hide' to 'xen-pciback.hide' and see if
> helps you out. In the meantime I am going to try to try the same thing on my
> I usually do the unbind, new-slot, bind process.
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