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Re: [Xen-devel] Xen 4.3 development update RC2 imminent

>>> On 21.05.13 at 10:22, George Dunlap <george.dunlap@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 05/21/2013 09:19 AM, Jan Beulich wrote:
>>>>> On 20.05.13 at 12:36, George Dunlap <George.Dunlap@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>>   * Windows 2003 fails to install in Xen-unstable tip
>>>>    > Narrowed down to c/s 2fe82ac11fd078485388fe7c5e8bc3b6ac9185b0
>>>>    owner: Jan Beulich
>>>>    status: Patches posted
>>> Given that Keir hasn't weighed in on this, and you are the RTC
>>> maintainer, can you please make an executive decision and check in a
>>> fix of some kind -- either reverting RTC or applying the recent patch
>>> series fixes?
>> I pushed the remaining three patches of the series (left out the
>> reset adjustment as agreed to earlier with Tim).
>>> Whatever the solution is we need to start to get it tested as early as
>>> possible.
>>>> * XSA-46 regression in PV pass-through?
>>>>    > Seems to be a xend issue; therefore not a 4.3 blocker
>>>>    owner: Jan Beulich
>>>>    status: patch posted (libxc enforces 1:1 mapping of pirqs)
>>> Is your 1:1 pirq mapping patch suitable for 4.3, do you think?
>> Yes, absolutely - once we understand why it apparently (or really)
>> doesn't work on 4.2 (while the reporter using 4.1 meanwhile
>> confirmed it working there). I hope to get to this later today, but
>> there's quite a bit of other stuff I also need to take care of.
> I think it actually does work -- if it's Gordan Bobic you're thinking 
> of, he (rather unhelpfully) corrected himself on a different thread:
> http://osdir.com/ml/general/2013-05/msg42553.html 
> "I stand corrected! Jan's patch does in fact fix the problem. I have no 
> idea what I was doing wrong, but I just tried it again (for the 4th 
> time) just to make sure, uninstalled the old packages, installed the new 
> ones - and now it works! There must have been a stale file somewhere 
> that was breaking it."

Oh, great, saves me quite a bit of time. I'll do a formal posting of
the patch then right aways.


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