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Re: [Xen-users] PV Linux domUs freeze after a few hours

To: Leszek Urbanski <tygrys@xxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [Xen-users] PV Linux domUs freeze after a few hours
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Date: Thu, 3 Sep 2009 00:02:12 +0700
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2009/8/31 Leszek Urbanski <tygrys@xxxxxx>:
> - domU kernels: paravirt ops 2.6.30 and Lenny's xenified 2.6.26 (both have
>  the same problems)

I had CPU softlockup problem with Lenny's xen kernel. Using 2.6.29
xenified kernel seems to fix that.

> I'll try the following options (and post my results to this list):

> - downgrading domU kernel to xenified 2.6.18

That one seems to be most promising. Assuming your domU can use
2.6.18. I mostly use RHEL's kernel-xen (2.6.18) which comes with the
distro and works fine.


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