kernel-PAE or xen or both?
maurizio.rottin at gmail.com
Wed Mar 5 16:14:11 UTC 2008
2008/3/5, Robert Locke <lists at ralii.com>:
> On Wed, 2008-03-05 at 12:51 +0100, Maurizio Rottin wrote:
> > Then i'm wandering if the problem can be memory usage, since to use
> > more that 4GB i should use kernel_PAE instead.
> > Maybe, if kernel-xen is not compiled against PAE, the server does not
> > know how to use the last GB...just supposing...
> > But can i have kernel-xen combined with PAE?!? i don't know...
> I don't know about what issue you are facing but can give you an FYI.
> kernel-xen, or perhaps, more specifically, xen is PAE aware. I think it
> may even "require" the CPU flag to be there. So you should be able to
> utilize the full 5GB of the machine across the VM's when using
> kernel-xen for each of them. If it is specifically blowing up on the
> additional RAM, it sounds like perhaps a bug. You might want to try
> subscribing to the fedora-xen list to get some help there.
> I am pretty sure that Dom0 will require that you run kernel-xen, but if
> you want to run kernel-PAE in any of the other DomU's, you need to turn
> on "full" virtualization for that DomU. If you want to run "para"
> virtualized you need to be running kernel-xen in the DomU.
> Hope that helps a little at least,
ok, thanks a lot!
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