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[Xen-users] Re: Xen on Dell PowerEdge 2500 - Crashes after 0.1 seconds,

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Subject: [Xen-users] Re: Xen on Dell PowerEdge 2500 - Crashes after 0.1 seconds, no visible errors
From: "Allen Brooker (AllenJB)" <allen@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:56:36 +0000
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Henning Sprang wrote:
On 2/3/07, Allen Brooker (AllenJB) <allen@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
It's still both annoying and weird that previously I've been getting no
kernel output at all and no messages to tell me why the domU has crashed
after 0.1 seconds. If this happens again, is there anything I can do to
try to find out what's going wrong?

That is indeed strange. I have no other idea but the one mentioned -
look in other log files.
I'm not sure is trying to use the config from the demo cd is a good idea.
Better just start with the examp,e configs from /etc/xen

Not that it particularly matters, but I actually meant kernel config - sorry if I wasn't clear.


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