Yes indeed. I've verified on 8.2 and BETA1. Seemingly exact same
issue. Running a NetBSD(-CURRENT) dom0. Happy to see progress but
it's not quite there yet I guess.
I've tried changing the model= line around and some other random,
brute-force like tweaks but nothing seems to work. I can ping
internal and external hosts, but just can't seem to carry on a regular
I also found this :
Where someone running a Debian Lenny dom0 was experiencing almost the
exact same issues I have.
FreeBSD (or, any OS) has pretty poor performance running under full
HVM .. PV drivers only work for i386 and I wouldn't be surprised if I
experienced the same issues. (No time to test really..)
Does anyone else have any input on this?
Thanks, Ben C.
On Thu, Aug 4, 2011 at 1:31 PM, Hugo Silva <h...@barafranca.com> wrote:
> I'm giving 9.0 a spin here. So far so good! With the exception of this
> one thing;
> With a NetBSD dom0, the FreeBSD HVM+PV domU (7.x, 8.x, 9.0-BETA1)
> behaves strangely in the network; trying to ssh to it from my laptop yeilds:
> Bad packet length 3737169374.
> Disconnecting: Packet corrupt
> Disabling TSO, RXCSUM and TXCSUM on xn0 results in:
> )$ ssh %domU_ip
> load: 0.53 cmd: ssh 3101 [select] 0.48r 0.01u 0.01s 0% 4248k
> load: 0.53 cmd: ssh 3101 [select] 0.66r 0.01u 0.01s 0% 4248k
> load: 0.53 cmd: ssh 3101 [select] 0.83r 0.01u 0.01s 0% 4248k
> And on the console of the domU:
> xn_txeof: WARNING: response is -1!
> NetBSD (5.x, -current), Linux and OpenIndiana PV domUs work as expected.
> What could be the cause?
> Keep up the good work on the OS!
> Best regards,
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