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[Xen-users] Memory and Logs issue

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Subject: [Xen-users] Memory and Logs issue
From: kris <kris@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 24 Sep 2008 12:52:31 -0700
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Hi list,

After a long break of using Xen I decided to use it again on one of my dedicated servers. I have since run into 2 issues.

1. The server is a dual core dell with 4gb of ram. On boot, dmesg shows:

[ 0.420172] Memory: 3812444k/3991228k available (2531k kernel code, 169916k reserved, 1329k data, 220k init)

Yet, `free -m' shows only 1712mb total. Before I installed Xen, I was running Ubuntu-Server 32bit, all 4gb showed. I wiped it to install Xen and installed Ubuntu-Server x64.

2. Every 10 seconds I get this in the domU's /var/log/daemon

Sep 24 15:51:14 dns init: hvc0 main process (23242) terminated with status 1
Sep 24 15:51:14 dns init: hvc0 main process ended, respawning

It is hvc0 because there seems to be an issue with not having a console show when doing an `xm create <name> -c', so someone in #xen @ FreeNode said to mount the LVM partition and copy /etc/events.d/tty1 to /etc/events.d/hvc0 and edit it accordingly.

Any input on these? It's kinda preventing me from moving on.

Thanks :)

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