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Re: [Xen-devel] Kernel crash with acpi_processor, cpu_idle and intel_idle =y

Hi Jan,

> > CONFIG_INTEL_IDLE to y then I cannot boot Xen; there is a crash.
> Without providing us with the details of the crash, I don't think
> anyone will be able to help here.

Yes, I'll post those as soon as I can.

> > Is it impossible to use INTEL_IDLE with Xen? If this is a known
> > issue then maybe someone can add info to the INTEL_IDLE help text
> > in the kernel configuration...
> All CPU idle management happens in Xen, and the corresponding
> code in the Dom0 (and DomU) kernel gets turned off. There's no
> need to clutter the kernel config option with Xen specific information
> (the kernel ought to work irrespective of its setting).

Here is a message I posted a month ago:

Since then I found that the behaviour of xenpm changed to a working
state when CONFIG_ACPI_PROCESSOR=y. See my reply, posted a couple of
minutes ago, to Konrad and xen-devel for more info.

> > PS I am not receiving xen-devel messages but this message does
> > probably belong there so I'm posting it there too.
> But nevertheless please don't cross-post.

Alright sorry, xen-users has been removed.


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