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From: Simon Hintermann <simon.hintermann@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 19 Aug 2010 15:15:48 +0200
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 Hi all,

Just wanted to dig out an old thread:


and also related:


My question is:

I have managed to install Eucalyptus on Debian Squeeze, with Xen 4.0,
but I am experiencing huge network problems in every domU I create on my
Xen node... It hangs sometimes at a [waiting for headers...] (when
running aptitude update), and in general flows ten times slower than in
the dom0!

My main infra works with Xen3.2, and I had to "ethtool -K etx tx off"
everywhere I could... is that still the case in Xen4.0???

Is there some sort of diagnostic I can run to check for the network health?

I am working in (network-bridge).

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