I have an 8-CURRENT (as of yesterday) DomU running. kern.hz is set to
10. Is this intended? This gives some strange effects:

$ ping www.google.de
PING www.l.google.com ( 56 data bytes
64 bytes from icmp_seq=0 ttl=246 time=100.000 ms
64 bytes from icmp_seq=1 ttl=246 time=0.000 ms
64 bytes from icmp_seq=2 ttl=246 time=0.000 ms

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FreeBSD 8.0-CURRENT #0 r187877: Thu Jan 29 16:32:39 CET 2009
WARNING: WITNESS option enabled, expect reduced performance.
Xen reported: 701.590 MHz processor.
Timecounter "ixen" frequency 1000000000 Hz quality 0
CPU: Intel Pentium III Xeon (701.59-MHz 686-class CPU)
  Origin = "GenuineIntel"  Id = 0x6a1  Stepping = 1
real memory  = 268435456 (256 MB)
avail memory = 254689280 (242 MB)
cpu=0 irq=0 vector=0
cpu=0 irq=0 vector=1
kbd0 at kbdmux0
xenbus0: <Xen Devices> on motherboard
xc0: <Xen Console> on motherboard
Timecounters tick every 100.000 msec
xbd0: 4096MB <Virtual Block Device> at device/vbd/51713 on xenbus0
xn0: <Virtual Network Interface> at device/vif/0 on xenbus0
xn0: Ethernet address: aa:00:4b:17:23:8e
[XEN] netfront_backend_changed: newstate=2

Btw, it is very cool to see FreeBSD on Xen. :)

Julian Stecklina

Well, take it from an old hand: the only reason it would be easier to
program in C is that you can't easily express complex problems in C,
so you don't. - Erik Naggum (in comp.lang.lisp)

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