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Re: [Xen-devel] Xen crash

> Hi,
> i just carried out a major upgrade of one of my servers, moving from a
> mid-july xen-unstable/xenlinux2.4.26 to todays xen-unstable/xenlinux2.6.9.
> After building xen and a dom0 kernel and transferring them over, i attempted
> to boot up but i'm getting this crash
> CPU0 FATAL TRAP: vector = 6 (invalid operand)
> immediately after xen has finished scrubbing RAM. I've attached the console
> log of the boot. I can put any of the build deliverables up somewhere or
> email them if they'll help. Hope someone else has a clue where to start, as
> i'm completely lost with this level of stuff.

Dying that early is rather odd if you definitely built the Xen and
XenLinux images at the same time. I wonder if it is due to the size of
the initrd (unlikely, as a 16MB initrd isn't *that* big and we often
test with an initrd). Might be worth trying to boot without an initrd
and see if the boot gets further.

If you point me at your Xen and Linux images are, I'll try them out

 -- Keir

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