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Re: pciback.hide problems with Xen3.3 on 5.1/amd64
dukzcry <lomka <at> gero.in> writes:
> I'm using xentools41 and patched it for pciback support.
> All is you need is following diff:
My apologies for double-mailing and incomplete answer. I'll try again :-)
Jean-Yves Migeon <jeanyves.migeon <at> free.fr> writes:
> Woopsie, correct, currently, it will not only work with Xen 3.0.
> Downgrading should be fine, just pkg_delete xentools33 and xenkernel33,
> make install both xentools3 and xenkernel3.
I'm using xentools41 and patched it for pciback support.
All is you need is following diff:
And note that:
A. Priebe <netapr <at> gmx.net> writes:
> holmes# xm create -c vm1.cfg
> Using config file "/usr/pkg/etc/xen/vm1.cfg".
> Error: pci: failed to locate device and parse it's resources - unsupported
operand type(s) for +:
> 'NoneType' and 'str'
Python-powered xm frontend will fail at pciback parameter parsing, so you're
forced to use xl C-based frontend for domain creating/destroying when you
have active 'pciback' option in the config of your domain. I don't see any
issue here, since xm is already considered obsolete.
And it 'll not work for PV-domain, afair. I've tested only on HVM-domain
using system with both VT-x and VT-d features working.
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