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[Xen-users] RE: GPLPV on opensolaris, another try

> On Sat, Feb 7, 2009 at 6:36 AM, James Harper
> <james.harper@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > It could be that the interrupts are never getting called... which
> > version of GPLPV are you running?
> 0.9.12-pre15
> > Could you try the very latest version
> > - 0.9.12-pre15-dont-use.exe? That one is definitely not suitable for
> > production use but it does contain a few changes in the network.
> >
> Tried that. Same result.
> > Also, if it is an interrupt issue, there should be a total of <256
> > will be sent before the queue fills up and no more can be sent. Can
> > send 256 ping packets from Windows to Dom0 and then see if Dom0
> > more after that?
> What do you mean by "dom0 receive more" ?
> I tried
> ping -n 260 -w 250
> Where is dom0 IP address
> If you mean "can dom0 receive (and reply) all 260 ping packets", then
> yes, it can. None of the replies got to domU though.
> Same result on domU side (wireshark only showed ICMP echo request
> packets, and dom0 showed this (last few lines only):

Can you also run DebugView from sysinternals and just see if that shows
anything up?

Are you able to build gplpv from source? If so I'll get you to put some
debug statements into the rx interrupt path. If not, you'll have to wait
until I've gotten the wdf conversion done. shouldn't be too long.


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