I've reported it ages ago when 10 was on 'CURRENT', but it seems there's were
never resources (people with the knowledge) available to look into the issue.
I've reported it months before on the xen-devel list too, but IIRC that's where
the most recent info is...
Sadly all I could do was test and report my findings, but it seems something
changed regarding tso or checksum in the netfront code or even elsewhere, I
honestly have no idea, but I found a very similar issue on windows guests
running on netbsd hosts cause the PV drivers were assuming features the netbsd
backend doesn't have.
My theory is freebsd 10 as a similar issue, in my findings disabling
tso/checksum stops the panic but I still had no network.
Anyway if interested I guess all info is in the PR.
I do hope this gets attention and maybe someone has the knowledge/time to fix
On May 28, 2015 5:03:56 AM GMT+01:00, Dean Anderson <d...@av8.net> wrote:
>Yes. Is that a known problem?
>On Thu, 28 May 2015, Miguel Clara wrote:
>> Is this on a NetBSD dom0?
>> On May 28, 2015 4:52:56 AM GMT+01:00, Dean Anderson <d...@av8.net>
>> The 10.1 distribution, fresh install, immediately panics on any
>> in or out. It was running as an hvm under Xen 4.2.5.
>> I'd send you more but its too hard to get a dump from the system, and
>> appears pretty easy to reproduce. Good luck.
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