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Re: [Xen-users] gplpv: re-enabling the nic adapter removes it

> Just tried with the latest testing version and it still
> behaves the same. i.e Re-enabling the nic crashes the driver. Rather,
> the "enabling" dialogue gets stuck with this latest testing version
> and the only way out is by forcefully destroying the domain. As
> usually I have two nic adapters in domu.
> The required debug log is here:
> http://pastebin.com/2A7eJbKM

Thanks for that. Unfortunately there is nothing pointing to an actual error 
there, which I guess is expected if you don't get a crash.

I just added a second network adapter to a 2008R2 vm and it crashed before I 
could log in, so I guess there is another bug somewhere too!

> >
> > By the way, why would adding two interfaces would not let driver to be
> > unloaded when one interface is re-enabled? Just curious.

Windows will unload a driver when nothing is using it. With two network 
adapters, if you disable one there is still a device left using it so it has to 
stay in memory.


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