Same here, are u using grub?
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On 18 May 2011, at 16:52, "Iain Kay" <spam@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Claudiu,
> Xen 4.1.0 stable from the tar archive running on CentOS 5.6 with Jeremy's
> 2.6.32.x kernel seems rock solid for me.
> I boot with dom0_mem=512M and get domain 0 with bang on 512MB of ram
> Just tried ammending the line to 1024M and have domain-0 booted with 1024MB
> of ram.
> Name ID Mem VCPUs State
> Domain-0 0 1024 2 r-----
> On 18 May 2011, at 16:22, Claudiu Curcă wrote:
>> I'm struggling to handle the amount of memory that dom0 gets on some system.
>> It's a system with 8GB of RAM, running 2.6.38-6 with pv_ops and Xen 4.1
>> If I want to set the amount of memory for dom0, I get very bogus
>> results. See here: http://pastebin.com/gRgY9ERN If I use the M
>> notation (xl mem-set 0 4096M) the outcome is similarily unpredictable,
>> and sometimes I get the memory set to something like 200-300MB and in
>> rare cases a kernel panic.
>> Also, if I set the "dom0_mem=X" kernel parameter, the amount of memory
>> Xen gives to dom0 is fairly random... sometimes 2GB, sometimes 6GB,
>> sometimes ~500MB, regrardless of what value I use or the unit I use (M
>> or no unit, for the default KB).
>> Anyone else has experienced this in Xen 4.1? Thanks!
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