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[Xen-users] System reboot during boot

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Subject: [Xen-users] System reboot during boot
From: Bart Braem <bart.braem@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 29 Nov 2005 09:30:35 +0100
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I am running Xen 2.0.7 with the sources on a Gentoo and I just
configured my own kernel. But during boot, somewhere after scrubbing ram,
my system reboots. There seems to be a line with processor in it at the
end, but the message appears to fast.
Does anyone have experiences with this problem? 

Thanks for your help

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