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Re: Re[Xen-users] lease 0.9.1 of GPL PV Drivers for Windows

I succeeded,

bsdedit /set loadoptions GPLPV

Erol Yigit wrote:
> Hi Florian,
> can you pass the /gplpv swich to the kernel on windows server 2008 ?
> How did you do ? 
> Florian Manschwetus wrote:
>> Thx, james, for including the cat file entry, signing is much less work
>> now.
>> Looks fine so far.
>> Box is up with pv drivers, runs fine, network performance (smb share to 
>> my file server) is still ok, (oo source tar ball to win 20MB/s, back to 
>> filer 30MB/s).
>> Lets wait for the new hardware to see real values. ;)
>> Florian
>> James Harper schrieb:
>>> I have just uploaded a new binary release of the PV drivers for Windows.
>>> I have tested that XenNet and XenSCSI can unload successfully (eg
>>> upgrade without reboot), but only once this version or newer is
>>> installed.
>>> For now, it's probably best just to replace the .sys files in
>>> c:\windows\system32\drivers with these new ones. I haven't tested how
>>> install.bat works for an upgrade - one thing I haven't implemented is
>>> the drivers behaving properly when a page file is on there - eg xenvbd
>>> should refuse to unload in that case and it probably won't do the right
>>> thing.
>>> I have put the 'stub' drivers back so you can now silence xenvfb and
>>> xenconsole asking for drivers by installing xenstub.
>>> Have a look at the wiki page for more details:
>>> http://wiki.xensource.com/xenwiki/XenWindowsGplPv
>>> Download from:
>>> http://www.meadowcourt.org/downloads/
>>> (there is a link to the download site from the wiki entry).
>>> James
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