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Re: [Xen-devel] boot xen use legacy bios

>>> On 01.12.15 at 01:02, <quizy_jones@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Sorry,  I thought they are due to same reason so I put them together. Maybe I 
> should just solve them one by one. Full log is here  
> paste.ubuntu.com/13571815/, if you need more information, please let me know.

I'm not sure what this (truncated at the beginning) log is supposed
to be demonstrating.

Can you please start new threads for all of the issues you currently
have, properly distinguishing between ones that should go here vs
onto xen-users?


>> Date: Mon, 30 Nov 2015 08:50:42 -0700
>> From: JBeulich@xxxxxxxx 
>> To: quizy_jones@xxxxxxxxxxx 
>> CC: xen-devel@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
>> Subject: Re: [Xen-devel] boot xen use legacy bios
>>>>> On 30.11.15 at 16:36,  wrote:
>> First of all - please no HTML mails, just plain text.
>>> Thanks for your reply. I've already changed to boot with the xen.efi 
> directly 
>>> without grub2. Now I can see all the cpu cores, but I can't use the mouse 
>>> or 
>>> keyboard. What's more, the memory seems to be problematic too. 'xl dmesg' 
>>> shows :
>>> (XEN) Unknown cachability for MFNs 0x80000-0x8ffff(XEN) Unknown cachability 
>>> for MFNs 0xfeda8-0xfedab(XEN) Initial low memory virq threshold set at 
>>> 0x4000 
>>> pages.
>> None of this can be analyzed without full logs.
>>>(XEN) HVM1 restore: bad CR4 0x1526f0(XEN) HVM1 restore: failed to load 
>>> entry 2/0(d4) Relocating guest memory for lowmem MMIO space disabled(d4) No 
>>> RAM in high memory; setting high_mem resource base to 100000000
>>> Even though finally the domain 4 booted, using libxc api 
>>> xc_domain_maximum_gpfn(xen->xchandle, xen->domainid) cannot get the 
>>> max_gpfn. 
>> And please don't merge multiple completely different issues in a
>> single thread (and for those secondary issues under a completely
>> misleading title).
>> Jan
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