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[Xen-users] Multiple VCPUs Freezes domain0 machine

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Subject: [Xen-users] Multiple VCPUs Freezes domain0 machine
From: "Matthew Ammerman" <mammerman@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2008 15:04:40 -0500
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Has anyone experienced this behavior? When I launch a domainU with Windows XP Pro as the guest OS, if I configure the domain to have more than on VCPU it starts up just fine.  Windows XP detects both CPUs… but after an average of 5 minutes, the domain0 machine actually seizes and needs a reboot.  If any other information is needed, let me know… but I’ve been able to isolate the issue to the use of vcpus > 1 in the configuration file for domainU.


Are there log files I can look at the will indicate what was happening on domain0 prior to the freeze?




-          Matt

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