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Re: [Xen-devel] [qemu-upstream-4.2-testing test] 16779: regressions - FAIL

Alex Bligh writes ("Re: [qemu-upstream-4.2-testing test] 16779: regressions - 
> --On 1 March 2013 16:15:16 +0000 Ian Jackson <Ian.Jackson@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> 
> wrote:
> > Looking at the changes, it seems likely to be related to the migration
> > dirty bit tracking series.  These were originally written by Anthony
> > Perard and committed to qemu-upstream-unstable where they work, and
> > then backported by Alex Blight.
> >
> > So the problem is probably something in Alex's backports ?
> Do we know from the test thing that it's definitely the last patch
> in the series (i.e. the specific one indicated)? That last patch is
> the only one with substantive modifications to it, and I wasn't
> entirely clear what the original code did (as posted here).

No, we don't.  (In fact I think it's a bug that it doesn't show the
whole series of 6 commits.)

> Also do we know how to trigger/replicate this (I'm afraid I don't
> know how to read the output).

As Stefano says, it's a 32-bit Windows XP install.  It's on a 32-bit
hypervisor.  The full details can be found from various links here:


The key part this this, which is from the link at the top of the
column with the regression (whose cell is highlighted in pink):


There you can find various logfiles, but crucially also the domain

I'm afraid the ISO used for the installation is not available for
obvious reasons.


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