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still hanging after "scrubbing free RAM"

Eric S. Johansson
I'm still having problems with 2.0.6 hanging after printing its
"scrubbing free RAM" message.  comparing with normal behavior, it looks
like it's not transferring to dom0.  For more data, see my "upgrade
going bad" message.

I figure this is something pretty obvious which is why I'm not seeing it.

---eric

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Re: still hanging after "scrubbing free RAM"

Mark Williamson
Are you sure that dom0 isn't starting, vs not displaying on the console for
some reason?  If you leave it a while, does it appear on the network?

Cheers,
Mark

On Tuesday 21 June 2005 18:03, Eric S. Johansson wrote:
> I'm still having problems with 2.0.6 hanging after printing its
> "scrubbing free RAM" message.  comparing with normal behavior, it looks
> like it's not transferring to dom0.  For more data, see my "upgrade
> going bad" message.
>
> I figure this is something pretty obvious which is why I'm not seeing it.
>
> ---eric

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Re: still hanging after "scrubbing free RAM"

Eric S. Johansson
Mark Williamson wrote:
> Are you sure that dom0 isn't starting, vs not displaying on the console for
> some reason?  If you leave it a while, does it appear on the network?

while some think of me as impatient, I did wait a whole 30 to 60
seconds.  in contrast, booting up 2.6.10 with the same xen image comes
up immediately.

---eric


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