On Mon, Mar 12, 2012 at 1:54 PM, Konrad Rzeszutek Wilk
> On Wed, Feb 29, 2012 at 11:04:34PM -0500, Sean McNamara wrote:
>> My Fedora 17 3.3-rc4.git1 kernel boots on bare metal, but it dies very
>> early on in the boot process when loading on top of Xen. It's got
>> CONFIG_XEN_DOM0=y and all the other CONFIG_XEN* options are either "y"
>> or "m". Linux panics with
>> init trap invalid opcode ip:7f99a072ff15 sp:7fffbf2a5088 error :0
>> in libc-2.15.so[7f99a05f8000+1ac000]
>> init used greatest stack depth: 2392 bytes left
>> Kernel panic - not syncing: Attempted to kill init!
> Hm, that is new. It looks like init dies and that stops the bootup process.
> But I am not sure what would be happening to cause it.
> Is this a 32-bit install or 64-bit?
I'll boot up my testing box on bare metal and re-test with the glibc
build from koji that purportedly fixes the issue. Thanks for your
help, Konrad and Major. I'll only be emailing back if I run into
further problems or if the issue is not fixed by RHBZ 801650
>> The kernel itself seems able to execute on top of Xen because I see a
>> very normal-looking Xen init, then the screen blanks, then Linux
>> initializes and starts executing early boot, stuff like the USB stack
>> and SATA starts to come up, and then it tries to run the init process
>> in userspace and it all comes crashing down.
>> This is on Sandy Bridge hardware with all the CPU optional instruction
>> sets enabled.
>> Any ideas?
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