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Re: [Xen-devel] Full virtualization with Pacifica crashes

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Subject: Re: [Xen-devel] Full virtualization with Pacifica crashes
From: Alexander Osthof <aosthof@xxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 28 Apr 2006 13:48:59 +0200
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Am Donnerstag, 27. April 2006 18:41 schrieb Woller, Thomas:
> > Attached is the config file for the guest domain.
> Specify cpus= explicitly for core 0 (cpus = "0") for your guest, we are
> having issues with using a Dom0 SMP with 64bit hv, and then attempting
> to start/pin unmodified guests to cores>0 (system reboots).  32bit hv
> works fine with SMP Dom0/hv on cores>0.
Thanks a lot, that solved the problem. I'm able now to install unmodified 

> Also, try using recommendation by Ian for phys
> >   disk = [ 'phy:/dev/vg/my_disk, ioemu:hda, w' ]
> I've installed win2003 server from cdrom=iso to physical disk /dev/hdb
> (100Gig partition) with this method, so it does work for SVM, using
> core0 for guest.
> disk=['phy:/dev/hdb,ioemu:hda,w']
> Specifically.
> Can you post output from /proc/cpuinfo from Dom0?
I think you don't need the output anymore, do you?

> Can you provide last line on serial output where the system hangs when
> starting up an unmodified guest? (if no valid output, that's fine the
> cpuinfo will help).
> thanks
> tom

Kind regards, 

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