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Re: Problems booting NetBSD/Xen on Intel NUC 12 Extreme w/ i9-12900
> On 15 May 2023, at 21:09, Manuel Bouyer <bouyer%antioche.eu.org@localhost> wrote:
> On Mon, May 15, 2023 at 04:53:55PM +0200, Johan Stenstam wrote:
>> So, again, I was quite clearly wrong and this is, indeed, some sort of problem with my DOMU. Or at least I cannot find any other explanation. So I created a trivial Linux PV DOMU and replaced the pvgrub boot method with direct kernel booting like I use for NetBSD. Here are the xen configs for my NetBSD 9.2 DOMU (not working) and the Linux DOMU (working fine):
> Sorry I didn't have time to look closely at this, but there have been pullups
> between 9.2 and 9.3 specifically to fix a crash with Xen 4.15
> So you should try a 9.3 kernel (or even daily netbsd-9)
No worries. This has been a group effort with help from many different people. As I said in an earlier message tonight I now have running DOMUs and now I’m in the process of figuring out how much of my infrastructure I need to upgrade to get everything work again. At a minimum I need to upgrade to get around that need for the msg_relaxed=1 setting, which is a saving grace today (thanks Brian!) but obviously not a long term solution. That will likely give me the pullups you mention.
The only remaining show stopper issue at the moment seems to be that I have yet to be able to bridge Internet connectivity into a DOMU from my 10_BETA DOM0 (yes, the ure0 that I use for access and the xvifNiM are connected to the same bridge, which is up, and, yes according to sysctl both v4 and v6 forwarding is active). And, yes, bridges work fine between DOMUs, and between DOMUs and DOM0, but for some reason not yet between DOMU xvif interfaces and physical ethernet. But this is less of a concern than the Xen related issues you and others helped me with.
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