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[Xen-users] PCI acces in DomU

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  • From: "Frank DiRocco" <ofanged1@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2006 21:29:29 -0500
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I am having a problem figuring out where my network devices have been mapped in my domU. I'm using a privleged domain which has access to two ethernet nics and two dummy devices, eth0 eth1 eth2 eth3. is there any way I could find out which eth device maps to which dom0 device, short of connecting wires assigning ip addresses and pinging. like a modified lspci to tellme what name the pci device received.

Thank you,
Frank  Di Rocco

"Does an optimistic person look at a hard drive as half-full or half-empty?" - ofanged1-at-gmail.com
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