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Re: [XenPPC] Error creating domain on JS20 (Fw: [Prose-jvm] Brief Status

To: Jimi Xenidis <jimix@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [XenPPC] Error creating domain on JS20 (Fw: [Prose-jvm] Brief Status in TRL (2006/08/24))
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Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2006 18:06:47 +0200
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The directory does not exist in my dom0 Linux, but "PowerPC, 970FX@0" exists instead. Maybe, my JS20 is newer than Watson's, and uses different CPU
(970FX).  Today, I have no time to debug this further.  Any solution?

You have a newer SLOF version, only the ancient version uses
plain "970" for everything.  Almost all JS20's actually are 970FX.

we have 970, 970FX, 970MP, 970PG and there may be others :)

970, 970FX, 970GX, 970MP, actually.

can we glob this in the python?

Shouldn't be any reason to glob for 970, even -- all device nodes
below /cpus are cpus, always.


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