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Re: [Xen-users] CPU0 Panic - Xen 3.0.3 AMD Athlon 4200+

Thanks, Mark
Here is the output you have asked for:


On Apr 25, 2007, at 11:58 AM, mark pryor wrote:


What isn't clear is what arch of FC6 you installed. Somehow I don't think you installed the x86_64.

If you installed the i386 version of FC6, then there is a known bug where the Anaconda installer will use 586 instead of 686.

To check, do
#locate kernel.h

show the complete path returned from above.
Personally I'm running openSuSE 10.2 x86_64 and I'm able to boot Xen without issues. My domU's include WinXP sp2, BootitNG, and Knoppix 5.1

good luck,

Yevgeniy Goldberg <thegoldberg@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Just getting started with Xen.
I've just assembled a brand-new PC with AMD Athlon 64 x2.
Upon loading Fedora Core 6 I've noticed that kernel panics unless
set a boot option "noapic"
With this option set I can load fc6 without xen.
However, if I load Xen-enables fc6 it panics on boot stating a panic
on CPU0 related to timer.
Then the system goes into reboot so fast I can not even capture the
entire error message.
I've got this system specifically to run xen, so it is critical for
me to be able to run fc6 with xen.

Any help is highly appreciated.


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