Ok, so after disabling signature and reboot BEFORE installing GPLPV
drivers, it works.
But I've got a big perf. issue :
Before GPLPV, test with Crystal Disk Mark 2.2 :
Read 512K : 295 MB/s Write : 9.3 MB/s
After GPLPV :
Read 512K : 8.3 MB/s Write : 7.7 MB/s
Wow. It's really slower !
Furthermore, without or with GPLPV driver, when I reboot my guest, it
freezes on a black screen with blinking cursor, just after the
"Shutdown computer" message.
xm list show a "s" state, and xend log says :
Domain has shutdown: name=winpv id=61 reason=reboot.
[2009-12-14 16:22:24 20062] INFO (XendDomainInfo:2091) Preserving dead
domain winpv (61).
So it's dead, but why ?
Thanks for the help :)
On Mon, Dec 14, 2009 at 1:43 PM, Olivier LAMBERT
> Using LVM snapshots ;)
> That's how I'm avoiding reinstall.
> On Mon, Dec 14, 2009 at 1:38 PM, Fajar A. Nugraha <fajar@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On Mon, Dec 14, 2009 at 6:43 PM, James Harper
>> <james.harper@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>> In your case, you could probably enter safe mode, uninstall GPLPV, and
>>>> retry installation using the above method.
>>> Unfortunately, that might not work. Windows will refuse to load xenpci.sys
>>> if testsigning isn't right, and because it integrates itself into the ata
>>> driver stack as an 'upper filter', when it fails windows might fail the
>>> whole stack, even in safe mode.
>> That's new. At least for me :D
>> So how can we recover from an incorrectly-installed GPLPV installation then?
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