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[Xen-users] Re: USB Support for DomU - pciback.hide Problem

Janusz Ulanowski schrieb:
> On 18/10/2007, Pierre Bernhardt <pierre@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Janusz Ulanowski schrieb:
>>> I use xen 3.1 installed from source.
>> Ok, it's newer the one I use :-) I think it should work "better" than on
>> my server.
>> I think dmesg output and ls -R (or filetree command) of sysfs is helpfull.
> lsub on DomU  shows nothing
> kernel config in config-2.6.18-xenhigh03
> dmesg DomU in dmesg.log
> list of /sys  in list-sys.txt
I'm sorry. list-sys looks like come from dom0. I mean sysfs from domu instead

> I tried to do it with second ethernet device and it's is the same problem.

> I had no problem with xen 3.0.4
Oh, thats new information for me :-/ I think I have not enough experience
to help on newer release. If it is on 3.0.4 working but not on 3.1 so I
think I could not further help.

> Maybe some issue with kernel configuration but i have no idea what it is.
> Kernel was compiled with
> (gcc version 4.1.3 20070831 (prerelease) (Debian 4.1.2-16)
If you have a not-hvm domain running, so you can try to use the same kernel
in dom0. I do this by me so if card is running in dom0 it should work in
domu, mostly too. If this will not work I think its more relatet to the
new xen release. If this will work it could be more on domu kernel.

I mean that 3.1 could usbdevices map to domu directly. I's possible that here
is a cross over problem with pci-hiding? I have no idea.

Pierre Bernhardt

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