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[Xen-devel] xl save -c issues with Windows 7 Ultimate

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I am trying to do an "xl save -c" on a Windows 7 Ultimate domain that
will leave the domain running at the end of the save operation.

root@ubuntu:/etc/xen# xl -v save -c win7 win7chk win7
Saving to win7chk new xl format (info 0x0/0x0/232)
xc: detail: delta 8875ms, dom0 20%, target 0%, sent 971Mb/s, dirtied
0Mb/s 0 pages
xc: detail: Total pages sent= 263168 (0.25x)
xc: detail: (of which 0 were fixups)
xc: detail: All memory is saved
xc: detail: Save exit rc=0

root@ubuntu:/etc/xen# xl list
Name                                        ID   Mem VCPUs      State   Time(s)
Domain-0                                    0  2914     4     r-----     604.5
win7                                           8  1019     2
---ss-       9.8

At the end of this the domain is frozen. Is this a known issue? Any
pointers as to how to debug this? Where does xl pipe its debug
messages to?

BTW, if I destroy the domain and bring it back up using "xl restore",
it comes up successfully.


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