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Re: [Xen-devel] HVM crash system on AMD APU A8-6600K

Tuesday, April 8, 2014, 5:29:06 PM, you wrote:

>> Hmm from the logs you seem to have a serial console attached,
>> perhaps wise to also add a "noreboot" to the xen line in grub so it doesn't 
>> automatically
>> reboot on crash. There is a small chance it will print something usefull 
>> then.
> I've tried noreboot option with last log, my system still reboots with
> no notice.

Please keep people who try to help you CC'ed on replies, otherwise you probably 
get much response (added Jan again).

So that seems to imply it's not a Xen induced reboot.

>> Another thing to check could be if you are running the latest bios, since 
>> the logs
>> do report problems with setting up CPU's (APIC and MTRR warnings).

> I'm running latest bios.

OK, have you also done some basic other checks to try to rule out hardware?

- Doing a memtest with memtest86+ for example to see if everything is ok ?
- Do some CPU burnin/stresstest on baremetal linux / dom0 ?

>> medium == a disk specified in the config file with "disk=" ?
>> The automatic restarts are by a script by you ?
>> From http://wiki.xen.org/wiki/Xen_Configuration_File_Options#HVM:
>> on_crash
>>     Behavior when a domain exits with reason 'crash'

> Yes config without "disk=". All hvm config is next 3 lines:
> name = 'blank'
> builder = 'hvm'
> memory = 1024

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