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[Xen-users] at the end of my wits

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  • From: "Chris Fanning" <christopher.fanning@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 3 Jul 2007 09:47:57 +0200
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Hi all,

I'm at the end of my wits.
I desperately need some ideas.

Not long ago I posted here with problems booting xen on a P5Pdeluxe motherboard.
When I boot this machine with vanilla debian etch, there are no problems.

ata1: SATA link up 3,0 Gpb (SStatus 123 Scontrol 200)
ata1: qc timeout (cmd 0xec)
ata1: failed to identify (I/0 error, err_mask = 0x0104)
ata1: port is slow to resond, please be patient
ata1: failes to respond (30 secs)
ata1: COMRESET failed, device not ready
ata1: hardreset failded

But this doesn't always happen. 50% of the time, the process stalls
for about 6 secs on.
ACP: PCI Interrupt 0000:00:1f.2[B] -> GSI 19 (low level) -> IRQ 18
And then continues correctly.

The machine also stalls during boot at usb hub detection, and NIC
detection (or loading module).

Well, I gave up, thought it was some weird hardware issue, and decided
to use that machine as my own PC (because it boots etch just fine).

So I started afresh with an asus P5LD2 and I've got exactly the same problem.!!

The only thing that these two machines have in common is the powercord
and I've changed that too!

I'm not new to Xen, I've installed at least 15 since 3.0.1
These problems occur with my own compiled kernels and the debian
packaged kernels.

Any ideas please?


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