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NetBSD domU fails to shutdown/reboot
I upgraded my NetBSD/i386 Xen domU to the latest 5.0.0_PATCH (sources updated
and release built this morning) and now the host won't shutdown properly if I
execute "xm shutdown -a" on dom0.
NetBSD/i386 (hostname) (console)
Jun 18 09:18:50 hostname shutdown: poweroff by root: power button pressed
Jun 18 09:19:04 hostname syslogd: Exiting on signal 15
syncing disks... done
unmounting file systems...
unmounting /tmp (tmpfs)...
unmounting /proc (procfs)...
unmounting /dev/pts (ptyfs)...
unmounting /kern (kernfs)...
unmounting /home (/dev/xbd0e)...
unmounting / (/dev/xbd0a)... done
Also normal "reboot" or "shutdown -r now" or "halt -p" causes domU to hang after
unmounting the filesystems. On the Linux dom0 I see
Name ID Mem VCPUs State Time(s)
Domain-0 0 512 1 r----- 255.8
hostname 1 512 1 ---s-- 13.9
and I have to execute "xm destroy hostname" to kill the host. The difference is
between the working and non-working kernel is
-NetBSD 5.0.0_PATCH (XEN3PAE_DOMU) #0: Mon May 18 08:50:17 EEST 2009
+NetBSD 5.0.0_PATCH (XEN3PAE_DOMU) #2: Thu Jun 18 04:52:58 EEST 2009
On real hardware (using GENERIC) shutdown works fine. Any ideas?
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