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Re: [Xen-devel] [PATCH] 3.1.3 (and ??) timer_mode fix in xend for virt-install

On Fri, Jan 18, 2008 at 02:41:53PM -0700, Dan Magenheimer wrote:
> virt-install is a tool on the Red Hat distribution and on Oracle VM that uses 
> virtlib
> and primarily through a management gui.  I'm no expert but it uses the 
> XendServer
> interface, which probably results in a slightly different sequence of calls 
> when
> creating a domain.
> Without the (small) patch, virt-install fails whenever trying to create an 
> hvm domain.
> Perhaps Daniel or someone at RedHat can confirm? 

I've not seen any problems on Xen 3.2 release with creating domains, but have
not had any time to test the 3.1-testing tree since the 3.1.2 release came out
so can't confirm that yet. I'll try and reproduce it - what error were you 
when trying to create a VM ?  libvirt doesn't specify any timer_mode parameter
when creating VMs, so it should use whatever XenD's default is for that.

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