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Re: Panic on reboot in very -current XEN3_DOM0 (both amd64 and i386)
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On 18 Jul 2008, at 03:15, Sarton O'Brien wrote:
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.
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
kernel broke mfs. Due to this problem, a few of us are avoiding mfs
Seeing as you say GENERIC works fine, maybe this is related in some
You're right. Switching from MFS to TMPFS causes the problem to go
away. I was unaware of MFS having problems, and yes, the standard
XEN3_DOM0 kernel has "options DEBUG" which GENERIC doesn't.
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