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  2k3/xp guests w/virtio-net randomly DHCP fail on boot

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Bug description:
  Debian GNU/Linux 9 with Linux 4.13.0-0.bpo.1-amd64
  QEMU 2.10.1

  Windows 2003 Standard SP2 (x64)
  Windows XP SP3 (i386)

  QEMU command line:

  After upgrading from QEMU 2.8 to 2.10.1, my Windows 2003 x64 and Windows XP 
guests with "virtio-net-pci" NIC would randomly fail to aquire DHCP address on 
boot. When it fails, cycle disable/enable the connection in Control Panel could 
make it connect successfully. As an immediate workaround, I switched to the 
RTL8139 NIC which works fine. Further investigation showed that manually 
reverting commit '4a3f03ba8dbf53fce36d0c1dd5d0cc0f340fe5f3' on top of 2.10.1 
"fixed" the problem.

  Here are the bisect test results:
  git branch 97cd965: 17 boots, 5 failures  (Feb 18)
  git branch 77424a4: 27 boots, 0 failure   (Jan 09)
  git branch c25d97c: 7 boots, 2 failures   (Feb 01)
  git branch 4a3f03b: 25 boots, 8 failures  (Jan 19)
  git branch 39f099e: 60 boots, 0 failure   (Jan 18)
  2.10.1 with revert: 194 boots, 0 failure
  2.10.1 without revert: 30 boots, 4 failures

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