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Re: [Xen-users] Centos 5 hvm (windows 2003) crash

  • To: Andris <andris@xxxxxxxx>
  • From: carlopmart <carlopmart@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2007 10:30:23 +0100
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Andris wrote:
Christian Horn wrote:
You should try again once centos 5.1 got created from upstream rhel 5.1 ,
it comes with a redhadish xen3.1.1 .

Wondering what the license of the redhat para-drivers will be once
they are available.


CentOS 5.1 is not yet available, will be at the end of november. I'ts
probably the solution.
Just trying to experiment.
I Put win2003 on another separate LVM volume, but on same RAID1
partition. It works fine when I do disk I/O intensive jobs form Dom0 and
pv DomU's, but become unreachable when I include hvm domain stress now.
The good is, that it recovers.
It seems to me, that qemu drivers cannot handle well such I/O load.


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Sorry Andris, but RHEL 5.1 it is available from last week .... see this:

CL Martinez
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