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Re: [Xen-users] PCI bus missing, dom0 doesn't boot


I had this 'bug' months before as well .. so I am fairly familiar that it's not a problem as far as setup is concerned. But nevertheless I'd like to have some developer's opinion about it, and hopefully an ETA when it'll be fixed. But for all those who currently still suffer from that problem - I can recommend using linux-vserver as virtual server instance, as it's not that slow either but it's working fine on SiS chipsets though.


Vincent Hanquez wrote:

On Wed, Apr 19, 2006 at 10:19:04PM +0200, Patrick wrote:
Okay this is quite some time ago, but the problem still has not vanished yet. I just tried my SiS board with xen 3.0.2 as well as with xen-unstable (straight from the repository tho) without having success as far as PCI-support is concerned. The bootlog is attached, as well as the kernel config (which doesnt differ that much from xen's default just that 8139too (realtek ethernet card 10/100) is compiled into the kernel).

Any further confirmation would be appreciated.

there's actually a bug with SiS chipset, that prevent Xen from
recognizing the PCI bus for (yet) unknown reasons.

see bug #556: http://bugzilla.xensource.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=556

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