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Re: [Xen-users] Xen boot problems

On Wed, 17 Aug 2005 02:38, Mark Williamson wrote:
> > On Wed, Aug 17, 2005 at 01:44:04AM +1200, Wesley Parish wrote:
> > > Oh, well, I've got several liveCDs handy - I can get it fixed without
> > > any problem.
> >
> > You realize you can edit the boot commands by selecting the item you wish
> > to boot and pressing 'b', right? You don't need a live CD for that.
> Yeah, do that.  The out of memory error has been know to occur because of
> a) dom0_mem set wrong and b) initrd weirdness (I can't remember the details
> but it's in the mailing list archives somewhere).
> It shouldn't be difficult to fix once you've figured out which it is,
> anyhow.
> Oh, and your CPU0 isn't fried, it's just "toast" :-)

Thanks.  It can be quite unnerving though, when you've had a CPU (hardware) 
fry on you once previously.  I checked the hardware was still working by 
installing Solaris 10 on another hard drive and running it for a good long 
while.  So that doesn't bother me any more.
> Cheers,
> Mark

Wesley Parish
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