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Re: [Xen-devel] xm-test with vmx failes sanity checks

On Sunday 29 January 2006 06:49, Adam Wendt wrote:
> Is it possible to build 32bit disk.img from a 64bit host? I'd rather not
> have to reinstall a 32bit host, or I guess I could just run a 32bit guest
> on a 64bit kernel and compile disk.img from there?

You should be able to build one on a 32bit guest. I imagine you can make one 
on your host too.

It would be cool if Xensource could host an initrd and disk.img on their 
server somewhere, then xm-test could look for it and wget if available before 
starting down the whole rebuild the world case.



> Thanks,
> Adam Wendt
> IPCoast, Inc.
> On Sun, 29 Jan 2006 14:40 , Daniel Stekloff <dsteklof@xxxxxxxxxx> sent:
> >On Sunday 29 January 2006 04:55, Adam Wendt wrote:
> >> When I try running runtest.sh after succesfully building xm-test with
> >> --enable-vmx-support it fails with:
> >>
> >> Running sanity checks...
> >> REASON: Timed out waiting for console
> >> Sanity checks failed.
> >>
> >> This is on dual core presler cpu, 64bit host linux
> >
> >Did you build the xm-list disk.img on your 64bit host with a 64bit kernel?
> > I didn't think 64bit guests worked for hvm yet? Could you try building a
> > 32bit disk.img and see if that works?
> >
> >You can manually load the disk.img with xmexample.vmx and see if it works
> >before running tests.
> >
> >Thanks,
> >
> >Dan
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