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[Xen-users] strange state of domU (Windows 2003 server)

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Subject: [Xen-users] strange state of domU (Windows 2003 server)
From: "Zu Zhihui" <zuzhihui@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 9 May 2008 01:02:42 +0800
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My host server has 2 Xeon E5310 CPUs. I installed CentOS 5.1 on the
host server. I didn't change the kernels and xen packages shipped with

Today all my Windows server 2003 domUs crash. I can not ping them. The
Linux domU are all OK.

desertfh, jhwen and xm2 are Windows domU. Their state are strange.

[root@host1 VM]# xm list
Name                                      ID Mem(MiB) VCPUs State   Time(s)
Domain-0                                   0     1024     8 r-----  23115.2
desertfh                                   4      263     1 ------   2294.7
jhwen                                     35      263     1 ------  10207.4
m1                                        13       95     1 -b----   1438.2
peoplehcl                                 84       95     1 -b----     27.6
u141                                      86       95     1 -b----     45.7
xm2                                       26      135     1 ------   1251.1

Is this a known bug of  Xen on centos?  How to resolve this problem?


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