Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 184376
Destroy VMX domain will hang service OS (Xen0)
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:26 EST
Description of problem:
I have tested latest Xen RPMs in IA32 and x86_64 platform.
Xen/XenU/VMX hasn't problem to run in IA32 platform.
But in x86_64 platform, if I destroy a VMX domain, the Xen0 will hang.
XenU hasn't this problem.
I paste the serial port output to attachment.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install Xen RPMs in FC5-test3
2. Reboot system and go into Xen0
3. Xend start
4. Create a VMX domain
5. After VMX domain is booted up, destroy it in Xen0 or poweroff in VMX.
6. Whole system is hang.
Xen0 hang, if destroy VMX in x86_64 platform.
Created attachment 125790 [details]
serial port output when xen0 hang.
A fix for this got committed to the upstream Xen repository today.
Jeremy? James? Feel like pulling in this patch?
Juan, please pull in upstream xen-unstable.hg csets 9232 and 9236 to fix this.
:) Any updates?
These have been committed and should appear in the next FC5 updates kernel.
Closing on basis that comment #5 says its fixed & FC5 is end-of-life.