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Re: [Xen-devel] Kernel bug from 3.0 (was phy disks and vifs timing out in DomU)

On Thu, 25 Aug 2011, Anthony Wright wrote:
> On 19/08/2011 13:56, Konrad Rzeszutek Wilk wrote:
> > On Fri, Aug 19, 2011 at 11:22:15AM +0100, Anthony Wright wrote:
> >> On 03/08/2011 16:28, Konrad Rzeszutek Wilk wrote:
> >>> On Fri, Jul 29, 2011 at 08:53:02AM +0100, Anthony Wright wrote:
> >>>> I've just upgraded to xen 4.1.1 with a stock 3.0 kernel on dom0 (with
> >>>> the vga-support patch backported). I can't get my DomU's to work due to
> >>>> the phy disks and vifs timing out in DomU and looking through my logs
> >>>> this morning I'm getting a consistent kernel bug report with xen
> >>>> mentioned at the top of the stack trace and vifdisconnect mentioned on
> >>> Yikes! Ian any ideas what to try?
> >>>
> >>> Anthony, can you compile the kernel with debug=y and when this happens
> >>> see what 'xl dmesg' gives? Also there is also the 'xl debug-keys g' which
> >>> should dump the grants in use.. that might help a bit.
> >> I've compiled a 3.0.1 kernel with CONFIG_DEBUG=Y (a number of other
> >> config values appeared at this point, and I took defaults for them).
> >>
> >> The output from /var/log/messages & 'xl dmesg' is attached. There was no
> >> output from 'xl debug-keys g'.
> > Ok, so I am hitting this too - I was hoping that the patch from Stefano
> > would have fixed the issue, but sadly it did not.
> >
> > Let me (I am traveling right now) see if I can come up with an internim
> > solution until Ian comes with the right fix.
> >
> On different hardware with the same software I'm also getting problems
> starting DomUs, but this time the error is different. I've attached a
> copy of the xl console output, but basically the server hang at
> "Mount-cache hash table entries: 512". Again the VM is paravirtualised,
> and again I get a qemu-dm process for it.
> The references to this message are normally related to memory issues,
> but the server has only 1000M of ram, so can't see it causing too much
> of a problem.
> Is this related to the other problems I'm seeing or completely separate?

Could you please post your VM config file?

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