On Sun, Oct 14, 2012 at 4:08 PM, M A Young <m.a.yo...@durham.ac.uk> wrote:
> On Sun, 14 Oct 2012, Gordon McLellan wrote:
>
>> Thank you for the tips.  I made sure I specified xen-pciback instead of
>> the
>> older pciback ... not really sure which line in the configuration it goes
>> on
>> in /etc/default/grub - leaving it on the XEN line for now.  I created
>> /etc/modprobe.d/xen-pciback.conf to also reflect the same:
>>
>> options
>> xen-pcibackhide='(0000:00:1a.0)(0000:00:1b.0)(0000:00:1d.0)(0000:01:00.0)(0000:01:00.1
>>
>> )(0000:00:0b.0)'
>>
>> after making these changes, I updated the grub config file and rebooted.
>>  After reboot, none of the devices are hidden from dom0.  I can forcibly
>> unbind them from dom0 with a script, but that seems messy and some of the
>> pci devices don't seem to like it (sata controller for example)
>>
>> Any suggestions?
>
>
> Could you try without the leading 0000: in one or both places. I have been
> looking at http://wiki.xen.org/wiki/Xen_PCI_Passthrough and the examples
> there don't have the leading 0000: .
>
>         Michael Young

Looks like I have some problem with grub passing the arguments
correctly.  I see them properly when I view the "dmesg" output, but
when modprobe tries to load the xen-pciback module, it claims invalid
argument 0) ... like the rest of the line has been lost or something.
I tried single and doubel quotes, and with / without the extra 0's.
I've gone back to dynamic unbinding via script and I'll wait for 4.2
to come along :)

Thanks a bunch for the help.

Gordon
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