i will as soon as i cobble together another test box with that much ram,
hopefully later this week. this particular box goes into production on
monday so i pulled two of the ram sticks out and am just using 4gb with the
xen0 kernel. thanks for the help - jason
On 8/13/06, Andrew Cathrow <acathrow(a)redhat.com> wrote:
Can you post your log from XEN - xen dmesg and the /var/log/xen* files?
On Sun, 2006-08-13 at 12:02 -0400, Jason Tower wrote:
that's what i tried already (reread my original post). but xend doesn't
start properly when booting kernel-xen (it starts fine with kernel-xen0).
thanks for answering my question, the next problem is to figure out why xend
isn't happy with that particular kernel.
unfortunately circumstances beyond my control have forced me to put this
box in production my monday am so i can't troubleshoot things at this time.
hopefully i can scrounge up a similar box w/ 6gb ram so i can work this out.
On 8/13/06, *Andrew Cathrow* <acathrow(a)redhat.com> wrote:
Try the kernel-xen package - I believe the system is kernel-xen0 = non
pae and kernel-xen = pae.
On Sat, 2006-08-12 at 22:20 -0400, Jason Tower wrote:
is there an "official" xen0 kernel for fc5 that includes pae support? i
have a 32bit system w/ 6gb ram that works fine with
kernel-xen0-2.6.17-1.2174_FC5 (from yum) although it only sees 4gb. i
installed kernel-xen-2.6.17-1.2174_FC5 which says it was built with pae,
it sees the full 6gb but fails to bring up the bridge devices when xend
starts. if anyone can point me in the right direction i'd appreciate it.
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