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Re: [Xen-users] physdev_dom0_hide in xen 3.0.2

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  • From: "Frank DiRocco" <ofanged1@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2006 18:16:43 -0400
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pciback.hide=(00:11.0)  and  pci=['00:11:0']
when I lspci in dom0 i still see the device and when i lspci in the domu i still see the device with 0000: in front of it.
I am passing two vifs to it with
vif = ['mac=aa:cc:00:00:00:02, bridge=xenbr0','mac=aa:cc:00:00:00:03, bridge=xenbr1']
the machine is only able to bring up eth0 and eth1, eth2 fails.
any ideas?

On 4/23/06, Frank DiRocco <ofanged1@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
thanks! I have seen that option before but couldn't find it and forgot exactly where I saw it last.

On 4/23/06, Q3aiml < q3aiml@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Frank DiRocco wrote:
> Does physdev_dom0_hide work in 3.0.2? If no, is there an alternative,
> or somthing other than using a bridge?
Yeah, the replacement is pciback.  To hide devices you now pass
pciback.hide to the kernel.  Example:

    title Xen 3.0 / XenLinux 2.6
    kernel /boot/xen-3.0.gz console=vga dom0_mem=256M
    module /boot/vmlinuz-2.6-xen root=/dev/md0 ro quiet splash
console=tty0 pciback.hide=(06:08.0)(06:09.0)
    module /boot/initrd.img- 2.6.16-xen

Then to use them in a domain the syntax is unchanged:

    pci = ['06,08,00','06,09,00']

Hope that helps,
Andy Clayton

Thank you,
Frank  Di Rocco

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Thank you,
Frank  Di Rocco

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