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[Libguestfs] [PATCH 0/1] fix virtio block driver installation for w10/w2k16



This patch fixes the problem of the first boot after installation virtio block
drivers on Windows 10 / Server 2016. Apparently in w10/w2k16 was changed the
behavior of Windows-Kernel-Pnp where driver installation can now be done from
the kernel. But those records (ddb_regedits) which we write to the registry is
not enough for correct kernel-pnp installation:
>>>  [Device Install (Hardware initiated) - PCI\VEN_1AF4&DEV_1004&SUBSYS_00081AF4&REV_00\3&13c0b0c5&0&18]
>>>  Section start 2017/03/29 20:06:28.109
     dvi: {Build Driver List} 20:06:28.203
     dvi:      Searching for hardware ID(s):
     dvi:           pci\ven_1af4&dev_1004&subsys_00081af4&rev_00
     dvi:           pci\ven_1af4&dev_1004&subsys_00081af4
     dvi:           pci\ven_1af4&dev_1004&cc_010000
     dvi:           pci\ven_1af4&dev_1004&cc_0100
     dvi:      Searching for compatible ID(s):
     dvi:           pci\ven_1af4&dev_1004&rev_00
     dvi:           pci\ven_1af4&dev_1004
     dvi:           pci\ven_1af4&cc_010000
     dvi:           pci\ven_1af4&cc_0100
     dvi:           pci\ven_1af4
     dvi:           pci\cc_010000
     dvi:           pci\cc_0100
     dvi: {Build Driver List - exit(0x00000000)} 20:06:28.219
     dvi: {DIF_SELECTBESTCOMPATDRV} 20:06:28.219
     dvi:      Default installer: Enter 20:06:28.219
     dvi:           {Select Best Driver}
!    dvi:                Selecting driver failed(0xe0000228)
     dvi:           {Select Best Driver - exit(0xe0000228)}
!    dvi:      Default installer: failed!
!    dvi:      Error 0xe0000228: There are no compatible drivers for this device.
     dvi: {DIF_SELECTBESTCOMPATDRV - exit(0xe0000228)} 20:06:28.219
     ndv: {Core Device Install} 20:06:28.219
     ndv:      {Install Device - PCI\VEN_1AF4&DEV_1004&SUBSYS_00081AF4&REV_00\3&13C0B0C5&0&18} 20:06:28.219
     ndv:           Parent device: ACPI\PNP0A03\1
     dvi:           {DIF_ALLOW_INSTALL} 20:06:28.219
     dvi:                Default installer: Enter 20:06:28.219
     dvi:                Default installer: Exit
     dvi:           {DIF_ALLOW_INSTALL - exit(0xe000020e)} 20:06:28.219
     dvi:           {DIF_REGISTER_COINSTALLERS} 20:06:28.234
     dvi:                Default installer: Enter 20:06:28.359
     dvi:                Default installer: Exit
     dvi:           {DIF_REGISTER_COINSTALLERS - exit(0x00000000)} 20:06:28.359
     dvi:           {DIF_INSTALLDEVICE} 20:06:28.359
     dvi:                Default installer: Enter 20:06:28.359
!    dvi:                     Installing NULL driver!
     dvi:                     Install Null Driver: Removing device sub-tree. 20:06:28.359
     dvi:                     Install Null Driver: Removing device sub-tree completed. 20:06:28.625
     dvi:                     Install Device: Removing device sub-tree. 20:06:28.625
     dvi:                     Install Device: Removing device sub-tree completed. 20:06:28.891
!    dvi:                     Device required reboot: Query remove failed (install) 0x13: CR_FAILURE.
     dvi:                Default installer: Exit
     dvi:           {DIF_INSTALLDEVICE - exit(0x00000000)} 20:06:28.891
     ndv:      {Install Device - exit(0x00000000)} 20:06:28.891
     ndv: {Core Device Install - exit(0xe0000203)} 20:06:28.891
<<<  Section end 2017/03/29 20:06:28.906
<<<  [Exit status: FAILURE(0xe0000203)]

As a result, the driver is installed as "Null Driver", this condition doesn't
allow to boot a second time(usually a reboot is required after adding new hardware)
and we will get 0x0000007B: INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE.

However, for Windows-UserPnp our entries in the registry(ddb_regedits) is quite
enough, therefore if Windows-UserPnp manages to work out for virtio block device
before the reboot we were lucky and the next boot will be successful. But when
we have many new devices for which Windows-UserPnp also need to install drivers,
there is a very little chance that Windows-UserPnp will have time to install
drivers for disk before reboot. it looks like this:
...
     sto:           {DRIVERSTORE IMPORT END} 17:18:13.580
     dvi:                Flushed all driver package files to disk. Time = 313 ms
!!!  sig:                Failed to install catalog 'vioscsi.cat' as 'oem11.cat'. Error = 0x00000426
     sto:           {DRIVERSTORE IMPORT END: exit(0x00000426)} 17:18:14.033
     sto:           Flushed driver database node 'SYSTEM'. Time = 172 ms
     sto:           Rolled back driver package publishing.
     sto:           Rolled back driver package registration.
     sto:           Rolled back driver package import.
!!!  sto:           Failed to import driver package into Driver Store. Error = 0x00000426
     sto:      {Stage Driver Package: exit(0x00000426)} 17:18:14.267
     sto: {Setup Import Driver Package - exit (0x00000426)} 17:18:14.408
!!!  ndv: Driver package import failed for device.
!!!  ndv: Error 1062: The service has not been started.
     ndv: Installing NULL driver.
<<<  Section end 2017/03/29 17:18:15.095
<<<  [Exit status: FAILURE(0x00000426)]

(The service was started, but then stopped because of the reboot).

Here Windows-UserPnp driver installation is interrupted by reboot
"winlogon.exe (WIN-SR0JQJLUQQU) has initiated the restart of computer
 WIN-9UQ6UAVOUQR onbehalf of user NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM for the following reason:
 Operating System: Upgrade (Planned))."

The solution is quite simple need to add a field "Version" to
HKLM/SYSTEM/DriverDatabase/DriverPackages/drv_inf_label then Windows-Kernel-Pnp
will be able to correctly install the virtio block driver.

Pavel Butsykin (1):
  v2v: windows convert: fix virtio block driver installation for
    w10/w2k16

 v2v/windows_virtio.ml | 7 +++++++
 1 file changed, 7 insertions(+)

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2.11.0


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