>1) Does this happens by just enabling the "CONFIG_XEN_PHYSDEV_ACCESS" in >domU, without hiding any PCI device from Dom0 and without passing pci >device to DomU.
I think it does. Basically, I missed the fact that I had to hide all devices.
>2) If you are doing all these:
> a). hiding the pci's from dom0 by specifing the pci = [ x,y,z ] in >the config file and the physdev_dom0_hide option for xen-2.0.gz
> b). enabling CONFIG_XEN_PHYSDEV_ACCESS for the domU kernel
> c). including the correct drivers in the domU kernel
>then, make sure that the pci device values are given in Hexadecimal numbers
This procedure seems to solve my problem, I can boot with a kernel that is CONFIG_XEN_PHYSDEV_ACCESS enabled. I will try my crypto pci device later, I don't have it yet.
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