Time goes backwards

2009-01-29 Thread Julian Stecklina
Sun Jan 25 00:58:27 UTC 2009 Sun Jan 25 00:49:49 UTC 2009 Sun Jan 25 00:49:50 UTC 2009 It should increase every second, shouldn't it? ;) MfG, -- 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

kern.hz = 10

2009-01-29 Thread Julian Stecklina
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. :) Regards, -- Julian Stecklina

Re: kern.hz = 10

2009-01-29 Thread Julian Stecklina
. Regards, -- 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) ___ freebsd-xen@freebsd.org

Re: Time goes backwards

2009-01-29 Thread Julian Stecklina
. ;) But it should really be properly fixed as it is quite a showstopper. I don't dare to build ports on that box (or do anything else involving make...). Regards, -- 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

Re: Time goes backwards

2009-02-02 Thread Julian Stecklina
ntpdate_flags=-b YOUR_NTP_SERVER ntpd_enable=YES - reboot domU If you try it on your problem, could you please give me some feedback if it worked? Doesn't work. :-/ MfG, -- Julian Stecklina Well, take it from an old hand: the only reason it would be easier to program in C is that you

Xen in Virtual Machine?

2009-02-09 Thread Julian Stecklina
mentioned VMMs. Has someone already done this or am I out of luck and have to get a real test box? Regards, -- 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

Re: Xen in Virtual Machine?

2009-02-09 Thread Julian Stecklina
Kip Macy km...@freebsd.org writes: On Mon, Feb 9, 2009 at 4:35 PM, Julian Stecklina j...@alien8.de wrote: Kip Macy km...@freebsd.org writes: I'll try VMWare. Thanks for the advice. I am still puzzled why Xen presents such a problem for hardware-virtualization based VMMs. Maybe

Re: Time goes backwards

2009-02-16 Thread Julian Stecklina
in building a virtual Xen test box. *bummer* Regards, -- 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

Re: We'd like to help with Xen

2009-04-04 Thread Julian Stecklina
, not specific to the Xen bits, hackers@ or current@ may be the better forums due to wider audience. The time jumping problem may be a good candidate, as it is quite a showstopper for me and at least some other people. Regards, -- Julian Stecklina The day Microsoft makes something that doesn't

Re: My FreeBSD-current/Xen install notes

2009-05-22 Thread Julian Stecklina
] for almost the same thing. It's what we do at Technische Universit├Ąt Dresden. Regards, -- Julian Stecklina The day Microsoft makes something that doesn't suck is probably the day they start making vacuum cleaners - Ernst Jan Plugge Footnotes: [1] There is a sexy new microhypervisor to be released