No progress here. The PV domUs seem to migrate just fine, it's the HVM ones that have issues. I haven't tried an O/S other than Windows in an HVM for migration, either. I also need to try without the GPL PV drivers to see if maybe it is one of the known issues that James Harper mentioned in those drivers.
>>> James Pifer <jep@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 2008/12/17 17:33 >>>
On Fri, 2008-12-12 at 12:31 -0700, Nick Couchman wrote:
> I'm having an issue with migration (live or not) from one Xen system
> to another. Here's my environment:
> - SLES10 SP2, Xen 3.2.0, Kernel 2.6.16 (.60-0.33)
> - HVMs running Windows XP SP3
> - GPL PV Tools
> - Shared storage on OCFS2, using files for domU hard drive.
> The issue I have is that, after migration, the Windows domU pegs the
> CPU and is completely unresponsive. Doesn't matter if the migration
> is a "live" migration or not, the results are the same. Anyone have
> any ideas as to what might be going on here?
> Thanks - Nick
I have a very similar setup. Just got my second server updated and added
to ocfs2 cluster.
SLES10 SP2, xen-3.2.0_16718_18-0.3, Kernel 220.127.116.11-0.33-xen
Tested Windows 2k3 HVM
GPL PV version 0.9.11
Shared storage on OCFS2, using files for domU hard drive
Couldn't wait to try a migration. Same thing. Locked up the domU. 100%
CPU in the domU. Did you make any progress?
I haven't tried a sles domU yet.
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