David Lutterkort wrote:
I noticed that the guest capabilities on a xen dom0 always contain both the pae and nonpae feature - AFAIK, you can't mix pae/nonpae guests and hosts, and only one of the features should be there. The attached patch contains the obvious fix.
Actually, <pae/><nonpae/> was intentional, to indicate that both modes of operation could be used. (Perhaps the error, then, is that if PAE is not supported, <features><nonpae/></features> should be used?). Anyway, I don't really understand the specifics of selecting PAE and non-PAE for Xen guests, so I'll punt on this to Dan.
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