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[Xen-users] XEN 4 - Slow performance in X enviroment

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  • From: Net Warrior <netwarrior863@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 30 Jun 2010 12:20:14 -0300
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Hi there guys.

I'm using xen 4 on gentoo, xen downloaded from repo and compiled mysef,
when I switch to X it's too slow, as if there were
no hardware acceleration and as if I were using vesa driver instead, 
I've got an AMD QuadCore and 4GB or ram and an ATI graphic card.

Do I have to enable something in particular on the kernel?, The kernel
is compiled with the same options for my system, except for the xen
stuff of course, so, without xen, it runs smooth and fast as hell as usual.

One more thing, this behavior is without any Guest Domains running, just
the Dom0 runing, still I cannot make xen start because an Error 11
connection Refused, but firts thins firts.

Thanks for your time and support.
Best Regards.

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