Thanks for the suggestion.
I upgraded to testing (xen, kernels, and userspace tools)
a few days ago.
Now X runs a lot more stably, but still the symptoms
(garbage on screen, client crash) occur, very occasionally.
DRI is disabled because it caused an instant reboot of the entire
machine as X starts.
On Fri, May 13, 2005 at 04:36:12PM +0100, Mark Williamson wrote:
> > How does X server work well on dom0 in general?
> The -testing tree is holding a number of fixes for AGP - you might want to
> upgrade to that.
> > I'm experiencing frequently drawn gabages and sometimes crashes
> > and hangs (100% cpu) of certain X applications.
> > Usually on my deskstop, gnome-panel, sawfish, krxvt, firefox,
> > and gkrellm are only present.
> > gnome-panel (and some applets) and firefox crash sometimes.
> > Sawfish in addition to the two above draws garbage.
> > krxvt and gkrellm work very fine.
> > Whether /lib/tls is disabled or not doesn't affect the symptom.
> > Xen is 2.0.5 and dom0 is Debian Sarge with 2.6.10 kernel built locally.
> > Machine is PentiumIII/500Mhz and lspci -v output is attached.
> > Also attached kernel .config.
> > Aside from this issue, Xen is working very well, currently
> > with one domU running named. I'm planning to move other services to
> > domU's.
> > Thanks for the great software.
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