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[Xen-users] Xen crashing?

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Subject: [Xen-users] Xen crashing?
From: "Larry Ludwig" <lludwig@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 9 Feb 2007 20:19:41 -0500
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Hi I'm new to Xen and having a problem with the Dom0 crashing.  We are testing out Xen and would like to use it in production but can't based upon how much we are crashing.  It is crashing a few hours it seems.  Dom0 or DomU do not have a load when it has crashed.  Dom0 or DomUs are not in production.
- Supermicro A+ Server 1010S-T
- AMD Opteron 170
- 3ware 9550sx controller (with battery backup)
- 4 GB of RAM
Dom0 OS: Centos 4.4 with latest Xen rpms (I did not create a custom kernel)
The crash does not produce any syslog output.
Figuring it might be the hardware, I tried running a program called 'stress'.  So far for 8 hours it has not crashed with the latest stock kernel from Centos 4.4.
It appears to be related to the kernel...  Any ideas?
Thanks in advance.
Larry Ludwig
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