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Re: [Xen-users] Hiding PCI devices with modprobe.d

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ian Campbell [mailto:Ian.Campbell@xxxxxxxxxx]
> My guess would be that it is todo with the module load order. Those
> which are loaded before pciback do not get hidden, those which are
> after do.

That seems like a reasonable explanation. I think I can modify my modprobe.d 
conf to unbind the bound modules

> It's not often an option with distro kernels but building pciback in
> statically (and putting the options on the hypervisor command line)
> seems like it might help.

I was hoping to avoid this. I think in the worse case I could always create a 
dummy system service which uses xl to hide the PCI devices and launch my domUs, 
but it doesn't quite seem right.

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