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AW: AW: AW: [Xen-users] Debian Kernel and Xen 3.4

No, it meant you might get in trouble when you leave it on. At least
with the mentioned combinations. Xen 3.4.1 with works fine
for me.


----- Originalnachricht -----
Von: Morbid Angel <mangel@xxxxxx>
Gesendet: Fre, 5.6.2009 11:23
An: Carsten Schiers <carsten@xxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: Xen User-List <xen-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Betreff: Re: AW: AW: [Xen-users] Debian Kernel and Xen 3.4


So if I right understand, I can get problems with IRQ sharing if I turn 
this option off? Its important in my system because I use pci hide.


Carsten Schiers schrieb:
> In the past I used Debian Etch Xen 3.2-1 with the Bastian Blank (waldi) 
> kernels.
> I noticed some problems with MSI handling in that combination. As Debian 
> kernels
> and Xen builds created problems for me with respect to powermanagement (time 
> went
> backwards), I changed to the Xen kernel.
> So that was the basis of my guess, when I read that someones using a Debian 
> kernel
> and an MSI based error message occured. By the option - as explained - you 
> switch 
> that off and use GSI instead. 
> For me, I will check in one of the next steps, whether I can use my 4th PCI 
> slot, 
> that up to MSI support shared GSI IRQ with the PCIe slots that now have their 
> own
> MSI.
> BR,
> Carsten.

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