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[Xen-users] Memory squeeze in netback driver?

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Subject: [Xen-users] Memory squeeze in netback driver?
From: Matthew Walburn <matt@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2005 19:06:45 -0600
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Hi there,

I've been playing with the Xen 3.0 release using the Fedora Core 4 Wiki instructions and the Xen RPMs available at:

I've been successful at getting a bunch of bare-bones Xen/FC4 virtual machines up and running, but when ever I attempt to plumb up eth0 it fails, and the domain0 console starts spewing errors related to "Memory squeeze in netback driver".

I'm attempting to do this with DHCP in the virtual machines, if that helps.

I know others have asked this question, but I haven't seen any responses. Is there a workaround for this issue yet?

Thanks so much!



Matthew Walburn, RHCE

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