[mailto:xen-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of tmoore
Sent: Thursday, April 02, 2009 17:03
Subject: Re: Re: [Xen-users] VT-D RMRR is incorrect
> On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 12:36 AM, Dustin Henning
> <Dustin.Henning@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I am not sure what lead me to believe you had an AMD system. To
>> summarize what I was trying to say, ASUS is claiming that this issue is
>> unsupported because you use Linux, but at the end of the day, the issue
>> nothing to do with Linux directly (any virtualization software that used
>> VT-D could have the same problem, including those run on Windows.
> Well this should be easy to resolve... can anyone tell me what Windows
> virtualisation software supports VT-D ??
> it would be no problem for me to put another drive in my P6T with
> windows on it and test it out..... that way I can log a case about it
> not working.
> Xen-users mailing list
I have an ASUS P6T with Windows on it, tried installing xen-unstable and kvm
from source - :(
Parallels Workstation Extreme now support VT-d for Windows ... (I think)
Also > see my post on ASUS forum:
Please BUMP if you view ;)
Dustin, you still thinking of contacting ASUS ?
It's not my board or issue, so I don't have anything to contact ASUS
with. I was just suggesting that if someone who could show the issue to ASUS
and present it as a specifications issue (or an issue that somehow affected
Windows), then getting it fixed would make another board available for users of
the Xen community. It would have to be someone with plenty of motivation,
though, because they'd need to prove the specification issue or find a way that
it caused a problem in Windows, and then they'd have to argue until they got
escalated to engineering, and even then, nothing may ever come of that. I
managed to get escalated to ASUS engineering once and never heard back, so
personally, I don't plan to buy any more ASUS boards. Unfortunately, I've seen
poor quality MSI BIOSes too, and I couldn't even get escalated to their
engineering, so of what I consider to be the big three, that leaves Gigabyte,
who didn't even intend to support VT last I heard. For Xen stuff, though,
Supermicro is probably the way to go, because who needs a feature-laden
not-so-Linux-ready consumer market board for Xen anyway?
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