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Re: Without Xorg, runs OK. But Xorg also runs.(Re: Two DOMU's hang on amd64
On 10.05.2010 17:16, Makoto Fujiwara wrote:
Strange enough, I did setup xen to serial console, and login from
the VGA PC screen. Then start screen(1). Now start the first DOMU
as 5.0_STABLE. Get another screen. and create another DOMU as
5.99.29 sysinst. Sysinst all done. and rebooted with regular DOMU
kernel. Everything went smoothly.
Now disconnect from the screen and I have started xdm (sudo xdm).
And login now. Everything goes well. WHAT ?
modena@makoto 00:11:17/100511(~)% sudo xm list
DeprecationWarning: the sha module is deprecated; use the hashlib module instead
Name ID Mem VCPUs State Time(s)
Domain-0 0 1024 1 r----- 30.3
netbsd-5.0_STABLE 1 1024 1 -b---- 24.4
netbsd-HEAD 4 512 1 -b---- 3.6
Not directly related topic:
By the way, the manpage of boot.cfg(5), it says once,
menu=Boot with serial console:consdev com0;boot
but later in the example:
menu=Boot Xen with 256MB for dom0 (serial):load /netbsd-XEN3_DOM0 console=com0
This console= should read consdev, I believe.
Nope, the Xen command line uses "console=". See:
Anyway, I am not quite sure that the "load" keyword that loads NetBSD as
a module for Xen passes the command line args down to the it; they seem
to be ignored (and superfluous). To alter console device, I would rather
menu=Boot Xen:consdev com0; load /netbsd-XEN3_DOM0; multiboot /xen.gz
dom0_mem=256M console=com1 com1=115200,8n1
I'll proof-read what I said and fix boot.cfg(5) accordingly.
I have now the line as
menu=Boot Xen with 1GB for dom0 (serial):load /netbsd-XEN3_DOM0 consdev=com0
com0=115200,8n1; multiboot /xen.gz
in /boot.cfg for this test.
The main difference between HUNG and GOOD are:
Using xterm->luit->console for DOMU, or NOT.
shall I attach later ?
Probably. This is a workaround anyway, I believe that something goes bad
with Xen and Xorg.
What driver are you using? ("Driver" in the Section Device associated to
your graphic card in xorg.conf, or $ grep Driver /var/log/Xorg.0.log )
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