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[Xen-users] problems with XenSpeicificGlibc

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  • From: Steven Anderson <hikenboot@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 23 Nov 2005 03:38:09 -0800 (PST)
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does anyone know if the fedora kernel made at this site  has the lib/tls patch...


i still get the same message on boot about an offending process ...the one that redhat has posted gives dom0 allocation too small and they point  to the url above as a working kernel without the offending process problem--/lib/tls which forces me to address the XenSpecificGlibc patch problem (at least thats what the boot message is telling me!)

I read something about recompiling glibc which has had the patches already integrated for eliminating the emulation in fedora by adding the notls option but nothing with specifics also i understand this breaks a lot of user mode programs. Does anyone know exactly which ones and how to fix them?

The root wiki i was following is here  when I   encountered the dom0 allocation too small error. I believe the root cause of that error is the lack of support of changing dom0 memory to somthing higher with the dom0_mem= boot option because it is hard coded.


Thanks in advance!

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