Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 491515
Guest crashes on reboot in KVM 65 on AMD
Last modified: 2009-07-14 11:21:34 EDT
Host OS: Fedora 9 (18.104.22.168-78.2.23.fc9.i686.PAE)
Guest OS: Unattended 4.7 (Linux 22.214.171.124 i686)
Guest dies on reboot with message from qemu-kvm:
kvm_run: failed entry, reason 65535
kvm_run returned -8
Thanks for the report.
It sounds like this may have long since been fixed. Can you try Fedora 10 or 11?
Sorry, I would like to stick with Fedora 9. I don't have spare AMD64 box to test newer version of Fedora 10 or 11.
Could try using the F10 kvm RPM on F9? Just to test whether issue has been resolved in newer versions
There are no plans to re-base to a newer version of KVM in F9
I've installed some packages from F10. Now my kvm fails with following error:
Too many option ROMS
which looks like bug#473137
qemu-img-0.9.1-10.fc10 Fri 27 Mar 2009 02:16:19 AM GMT
qemu-0.9.1-10.fc10 Fri 27 Mar 2009 02:16:19 AM GMT
kvm-74-10.fc10 Fri 27 Mar 2009 02:16:19 AM GMT
gnutls-2.4.2-3.fc10 Fri 27 Mar 2009 02:16:18 AM GMT
etherboot-roms-kvm-5.4.4-4.fc10 Fri 27 Mar 2009 02:16:18 AM GMT
Update to etherboot-roms-kvm-5.4.4-5.fc10.i386 helped to resolve error from my last comment. I need some time to do my tests.
Thanks Mikolaj, let us know how it goes
kvm-74-10.fc10 fixed the reboot problem with Unattended and Windows, but broke OpenBSD support.
During bootup, when OpenBSD tries to start init hard drive timeouts:
wd0 is IDE drive, when I use SCSI in KVM OpenBSD boot loader doesn't see the drive at all, so the kernel is not even able too boot.
I'm using few OpenBSD servers as a guest on that machine, with older kvm versions they where working without an issue.
(In reply to comment #3)
> Could try using the F10 kvm RPM on F9? Just to test whether issue has been
> resolved in newer versions
> There are no plans to re-base to a newer version of KVM in F9
If there are no plans to re-base KVM in F9, is there any chance to get that bug fixed?
(In reply to comment #8)
> If there are no plans to re-base KVM in F9, is there any chance to get that bug
Yes, if you can identify and backport to F9 the patch which fixes this, we'd be happy to apply it
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