RE: Problem: Xen 3.3.1 with FreeBSD 8.0 RC1

2009-10-29 Thread Paul Wollner
: Xen 3.3.1 with FreeBSD 8.0 RC1 Carsten Heesch wrote: Athough I seem to be talking to myself here, I have good news for RC2! It works! Just did an freebsd-update -R 8.0-RC2 upgrade. Both GENERIC and XENHVM kernels work without any problems. Maybe somebody else can chime in an confirm that, too

Re: Problem: Xen 3.3.1 with FreeBSD 8.0 RC1

2009-10-27 Thread Carsten Heesch
Athough I seem to be talking to myself here, I have good news for RC2! It works! Just did an freebsd-update -R 8.0-RC2 upgrade. Both GENERIC and XENHVM kernels work without any problems. Maybe somebody else can chime in an confirm that, too? Probably good for the developers to see positive

Re: Problem: Xen 3.3.1 with FreeBSD 8.0 RC1

2009-10-27 Thread Hugo Silva
Carsten Heesch wrote: Athough I seem to be talking to myself here, I have good news for RC2! It works! Just did an freebsd-update -R 8.0-RC2 upgrade. Both GENERIC and XENHVM kernels work without any problems. Maybe somebody else can chime in an confirm that, too? Probably good for the

Re: Problem: Xen 3.3.1 with FreeBSD 8.0 RC1

2009-10-27 Thread Adrian Chadd
This sounds like you're running the domU with 1 CPU.. ? Adrian 2009/10/28 Hugo Silva h...@barafranca.com: Carsten Heesch wrote: Athough I seem to be talking to myself here, I have good news for RC2! It works! Just did an freebsd-update -R 8.0-RC2 upgrade. Both GENERIC and XENHVM kernels

Re: Problem: Xen 3.3.1 with FreeBSD 8.0 RC1

2009-10-27 Thread Larry Baird
I have two Citrix XenServer 5.5.0 servers. One with an Intel processor and one with an AMD processor. Current versions of FreebSD 8 and 9 run on the Intel processor. Both panic after displaying available memory on the AMD processor. Panic message is: panic: vm_fault: fault on nofault

Re: Problem: Xen 3.3.1 with FreeBSD 8.0 RC1

2009-10-24 Thread Carsten Heesch
I realised that it's still possible to use 8.0-BETA* as a target for freebsd-update. So I investigated a bit further. For whatever it's worth: The problems described earlier started with BETA-4. BETA-3 is fine with both GENERIC and XENHVM kernel, except that I see this on the console