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Re: [Xen-users] HVM system freeze on AMD system

Hello Darren,

I'm sorry for the delay.
I just checked out the latest git master (commit
8a7769b4453168e23e8935a85e9a875ef5117253) and was able to compile xen
with debug=n (without stubdom, that gave me compile time errors),
install it, and then use it to boot a HVM Win7 64bit DomU (which I had
created with my old xen 4.4 unstable install, which had debug=y.)

Maybe a commit that was made in the meantime has solved this? Could
you give it a try?
I also happen to have an Asus F2A55 - M LK2 board available to me
right now, with an AMD A4-5300. If you (or anyone else) wants me to, I
can try to do the same there.


On Wed, Aug 21, 2013 at 1:55 AM, Darren Shepherd
<darren.s.shepherd@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Aug 17, 2013, at 6:10 PM, Darren Shepherd <darren.s.shepherd@xxxxxxxxx> 
> wrote:
>> Compiling and running Xen trunk worked.  Typically I could get HVM to hang 
>> in less than 1 minute, but compiling and running trunk it ran for about a 
>> hour or so no problem.  I then downloaded 4.3 and compiled that and it 
>> failed immediately again.  So something since 4.3 has fixed this issue.
> Gustav,
> I've determined that it is the debug flag that has actually made the build 
> work.  Can you try on your system compiling Xen with "make debug=n".  For me 
> that fails.  If you are on master then default is debug=y so builds from 
> master work. Releases like 4.3 and 4.2 have debug=n as the default.
> Darren

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