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Re: [Fedora-xen] problems with f9 guest on f8 dom0



I am using 32 bit and have the same issue you were.  Did you ever solve the
problem?  If so, how?  Or should I just run Fedora 8 domU(s).  Thank you.

Fred


Matt Cowan wrote:
> 
> 
> On Sat, 28 Jun 2008, Dale Bewley wrote:
>> I opened a bug and noticed the same effect for f8 domUs as well as
>> f9 domUs while gathering info. Anyone else seeing that too?
> ...
> 
> I haven't had any problems with f8 domU.  My usual symptom is slightly
> different than what you seem to experience.  When I shutdown an f9
> domU, resource display in virt-manager hangs for me, usually
> displaying the problem domU as shutdown, and no longer updates the cpu
> usage plots for remaining domu or dom0; although the virt-manager
> interface itself (buttons,menus) seems responsive, and more painfully,
> restarting xend and/or libvirtd doesn't help :(
> 
> I do have *one* f9 domU on one of our test boxes installed by someone
> else in my group, and shutting that one down seems to more closely
> resemble your symptoms; the cpu charts in virt-manager keep running,
> domU remains listed as running, but using no resources, but if I
> disconnect and try to reconnect, or restart virt-manager; it can't
> connect, and restaring xend and/or libvirtd doesn't help :(
> 
> Looks like most of you responding to this thread are using x86_64; I'm
> just running i686.
> 
> -matt
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