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Re: [Xen-devel] RE: [PATCH] Xenoprof passive domain support fixes

On Friday 14 July 2006 09:37, DaSilva, Rosilmildo wrote:
> Ray,
> A 64bit guest would never have any entry on pvmlinux?, since the code on
> opd_kernel.c, line 112 ( of oprofile ), hardcodes the addresses in the
> range of 0xC0100000 - 0xC060000. The 64bits guest has a complete
> different range.
> Renato, seu nome parece um nome Brasileiro.
> Rosimildo.
That would certainly explain what I am seeing.   I thought Rento's patch was 
intended to do away with such hard coded addresses, but perhaps not all of 
that is done yet.  An easy test would be to change the range so it matches 
what the 64 bit kernel would use.   What address range should I use instead 
(for 64-bit)?

Ray Bryant
AMD Performance Labs                   Austin, Tx
512-602-0038 (o)                 512-507-7807 (c)

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