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Re: [Xen-users] can't create domU in Ubuntu - Floating point error

On Thu, May 01, 2008 at 02:04:37AM +0100, Mark Williamson wrote:
> > I just installed Ubuntu 8.04-server-amd64 and want to get a CentOS domU
> > installed, but virt-install keeps on failing with Floating Point exception:
> >
> > root@venus:~# virt-install -v --name=vps02 --file=/home/vps02.img
> > --file-size=10 --ram=512
> > Floating point exception
> Well, that's weird!  I think I'd suggest filing a bug against the Ubuntu 
> package.  It's not something I've heard of happening before, so it's possible 
> that it's specific to your situation, or to the particular version of the 
> tool you're using.
> Daniel: hope you don't mind me cc-ing, I wondered if you might have a hint 
> for 
> us?

That is bizarre - I've never seen such a error from virt-install. I'd
suggest running with --debug so it'll show you how far through it is
progressing. Then file a bug report with the output fro mthe debug mode.

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