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[Xen-users] debian 6 squeeze / xen 4 / ganeti troubles

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  • From: Attila Santo <attisanto@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2011 17:48:14 +0100
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hi community,

after installing (debian 6) squeeze, roughly following the
installation guide on the xen (and ganeti) websites (using the
aptitude pm for xen4 and genati2) i have run into a very strange ?bug?
- ?annoyance? on my main node (xeon e5506 on a supermicro X8DTL-i).

while booting up the system with the xen 4 boot wrapper, the sequence
suddenly stops for what seems to be "no reason" ...

the first time, i waited for a few minutes and was about to press
[contr] [alt] [del]. the moment i pressed [contr] the process went on
for a couple of seconds and that stalled again. curious about whether
it was an incidence or not i pressed [contr] again - and, it went on
again for a bit :puzzled:

this way i can boot into squeeze and even log on - but the systems
seems extremely unresponsive, even more if i connect to it over ssh

examining the bootup msg i found "hda-intel codecs not found!" - what
seems to be some sort of error in conjunction with a sound card - but
there is not soundcard what so ever installed on this node o.O

if there is someone out there having some input for me about what the
reason could be - i'm eager to learn ;)

tia and greets,


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