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Re: [Xen-users] Odd behavior on Phenom II X6 - passing through of PCI-devices do domU (HVM)

Am 26.08.2011 23:02, schrieb Scott Damron:
Thanks Grant,

I just tried loading Ubuntu 11.04 and got the following error twice
and then it stops:

modprobe: FATAL: Could not load
/lib/modules/2.6.35-22-generic/modules.dep: no such file or directory

Hmmm...I am off to pick up another MOBO and see if that fixes it.  If
not, I am pretty much at a loss.  I used to be quite the hardware guy,
but that was years ago, I build PCs on a fairly regular basis, but
normally when I see some really odd behavior it has been a bad power
supply.  Maybe I will pick up one of those while I am at Fry's as
well...actually, seeing as I am going to Fry's, I may need to pick up
three of each, usually I end up finding the one bad thing no matter
what I am buying!  :o)  I will update the list when I figure it out,
maybe it will help someone else.


On Fri, Aug 26, 2011 at 2:01 PM, Grant McWilliams
<grantmasterflash@xxxxxxxxx>  wrote:
On Fri, Aug 26, 2011 at 11:19 AM, Scott Damron<sdamron@xxxxxxxxx>  wrote:
I built a new box for home use, it is an ASUS M5A99X EVO 990X, the CPU
is the 1075T 3.0Ghz AM3.  I have 16 gigs of 1333 RAM, it is Patriot
brand non - ECC.  The disk is a 1TB Western Digital SATA II 3.0 mbps.
I am using a USB DVD drive to do the install

My cloud is built using three of these setups or similar. I'm using 1090s,
16 GB of ram, 1 TB Samsung drives. My motherboard is an MSI 890GX based
board and everything works wonderfully.
My suggestion would be to try to install *anything else on it. How about an
Ubuntu install just to see if it works. If Ubuntu doesn't install you have a
hardware problem (or at least it's more likely).

Grant McWilliams

Grant and Scott,

Can you set the IOMMU option in BIOS of your motherboards and pass through PCI-devices (like network cards or RAID-controllers) to HVM domU domains?

Thank you in advance for short info.

Regards, Mark


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