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Re: Panic on reboot in very -current XEN3_DOM0 (both amd64 and i386)
On Fri, 18 Jul 2008 07:53:27 am Johan Ihren wrote:
> I've been living with these since 4.99.68 or .69 (I think .67 was
> fine, at least for amd64 which was the only thing I ran then) and the
> panic is still there in 4.99.70 with source from an hour ago.
> On reboot:
> Stopped in pid 201.1 (mount_mfs) at ...
> breakpoint() ...
> panic() ...
> Note #1: an i386 XEN3_DOM0 kernel produced exactly the same panic
> trace as the amd64 one.
> Note #2: "halt" produces the same panic on amd64 but works ok on i386
> (it hangs after unmounting /, though, but that's another issue).
> Note #3: GENERIC kernels (both amd64 and i386) from the same sources
> and running on the same userland works just fine.
> Anyone else rebooting their DOM0s recently?
From memory there was another problem where I think using a debug or lockdebug
kernel broke mfs. Due to this problem, a few of us are avoiding mfs use.
Seeing as you say GENERIC works fine, maybe this is related in some way.
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