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Re: pciback.hide problems with Xen3.3 on 5.1/amd64
On 09.01.2011 20:05, A. Priebe wrote:
>>> The line in grub's menu.lst reads:
>>> module (hd0,a)/netbsd-XEN3_DOM0.gz bootdev=wd0a ro console=tty0
>>> (as I understand it, 017 is decimal and grub needs it in hex?)
>> Nope: parameters are passed "as-is" to the module, Grub/boot/whatever do
>> not reinterpret them.
> OK, so its a bit confusing.
> The complete output of
> pcictl pci1 list
> 017:01:0: 3Com 3c905B-TX 10/100 Ethernet (ethernet network, revision 0x24)
> So what do I put into menu.lst?
Nah, you were correct, I thought the other way around. pcictl(8) prints
PCI IDs with unsigned int (%u), but pciback.hide expects hexadecimal
input (this conversion is made by the kernel).
So => pciback.hide=(11:01.0)
> I tried pciback.hide=(017:01:0) or pciback.hide=(17:01:0) or pciback.hide=
> (017:01.0). All with no success!
> Only with pciback.hide=(011:01.0) I get some file
> /kern/xen/pci/0000:11:01.0 with the right contents:
>>> holmes# cat /kern/xen/pci/0000:11:01.0
> In the other cases (with pciback.hide containing 17) I get
> no such file!
> So I think my original pciback.hide=(11:01.0) was correct
> (BTW 011:01.0 gives the same result).
>> - try with 17:01:0
> see above
>> - give the pci list
> see above for pci1 and the attachment for pci0
>> - xm dmesg
> This is attached!
So... everything looks ok. Could you copy/paste the content of the
xend.log file (under /var/log/xen/)?
xenstore-ls would help too.
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