This kernel has xen-pciback available only as a module so adding it to
the kernel command line doesn't work.
I added a file:
that contains one line:
options xen-pciback hide=(00:14.2)(01:05.1)
thinking that would accomplish the same thing but it doesn't work for me.
Following a reboot lspci shows the devices are still there.
Am I missing a step or is recompiling the kernel the only alternative?
It may be my setup but this is what I found.
Current yum update.
Only breaks xen boots.
Most recent yum upgrade to 3.8.1-201 omits the initramfs line in its
After adding these lines it boots.
echo 'Loading initial ramdisk ...'
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