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Re: [Xen-devel] Rebooting Xen0

On Sat, Aug 28, 2004 at 10:39:51AM +0200, Thomas E. Conway-Poulsen wrote:
> I had to use my old vmlinux-working kernel since my bk pull yesterday. 
> It starts up using the xen.gz file, and doesnt even(cant tell) start 
> loading the xen0 module. And changes there that are corrupting the xen 
> kernel?
> When grub tries to boot, it reboots.

When you say "It starts up using the xen.gz file", does that mean
you see the output from Xen and then it apparently just sits there,
after Xen tells you that it switched the serial input to DOM0?

Or do you mean that Xen doesn't even start up and the machine
immerdiately reboots, as your last statement would indicate?

> My last update was 27-08-04 at GMT+1 22.

What version did you update from?  Are you using console on the serial
line?  If you updated from a version which had 2.4 as default and you
are using console on the serial line, then you will have to add a
``console=ttyS0'' option to your linux kernel module line in the grub
config file, since 2.6 doesn't output the console messages to all
devices which claim to be consoles, but only to the first one or to
all selected on the kernel command line.


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