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Re: [Xen-devel] segfault in VM

On Jul 19, 2004, at 9:01 PM, Derek Glidden wrote:

(XEN) (file=x86_32/emulate.c, line=228) Bailing: not a -ve offset into 4GB segment. (XEN) (file=x86_32/emulate.c, line=235) !!!! DISALLOWING UNSAFE ACCESS !!!!

After pounding on that box pretty much all evening with "nosmp", I wasn't able to make it crash, either in dom0 or a VM, like I had been able to do in SMP mode.

I had some weirdness in dom0 when I woke up and checked on it this morning - a compile had failed that shouldn't have, but there were no log messages either from Xen or dom0, so I'm not really sure what that was.

Tonight I'll pull the latest changes and rebuild everything, reboot it without "nosmp" (make it SMP again) and see what happens.

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