I've reported this to xen-devel I while ago.
It worked in the first FreeBSD-10 current releases but them it stoped, I
believe a previous issue was re-introduced somehow!
NetBSD Xen backend does not support TSO/GSO at all, there was a very
similar problem in FreeBSD 9 a while a go, and my guess is that the code
tried to use TSO again, and leads to problems if the Dom0 is NetBSD.
Also more recently I had problems with Windows GPLPV drivers, and the
dev tracked the issue to the same.. however in windows DomU's if I
disabled TSO it would work.
In FreeBSD at least until Aplha 5, I tried to disable TSO but it still
On 12/18/13 22:18, Tiago Ribeiro wrote:
> Em 17/12/2013, à(s) 22:16, Markus Pfeiffer <markus.pfeif...@morphism.de>
>> Dear all,
>> I tried installing FreeBSD10-RC2 under Netbsd XEN dom0 (xen 4.2.0).
>> Unfortunately when I try connecting to the guest with ssh, the machine
>> I managed to take a screenshot of the output at the time of the panic:
>> If needed I can probably upload the crashdump.
> I'm have same problem
> Dom0: NetBSD 6.0.1 - Xen 4.0.1
> DomU: FreeBSD 10.0 RC2 - i386
> Instalation of freebsd is from bootonly iso.
> Some tests:
> Domu console - ssh to localhost - Ok
> DomU console - svnlite co http://svn0.eu.freebsd.org/ports/head
> - NOK
> DomU console - ping www.google.com - OK
> any host - ping to DomU - OK
> DomU console - fetch
> ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/releases/i386/10.0-RC2/src.txz - OK
> DomU console - portsnap fetch - NOK
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