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Re: [Xen-devel] Error reporting capabilities for libxc

On Mon, Oct 23, 2006 at 07:00:17PM +0100, Daniel P. Berrange wrote:

> Attached is an update to the original patch which annotates the static
> variables with __thread so that they are setup per-thread. It also adds
> more informative error reporting for bad kernels.

It needs merging with latest tip I think. xc_private.h is missing a
prototype for xc_set_error(), so it doesn't compile. Also it
re-introduces ERR(), which causes problems for us, and can just be

I fixed these two problems and did some simple tests on Solaris; all
seems OK:

bash-3.00# xm create -c johnlev-64.py
Using config file "johnlev-64.py".
Error: [2, 'Invalid kernel', "Kernel ELF architecture '62' does not match Xen 
architecture '3' (i386)"]

(It's so wonderful to get a meaningful error message at last!!)


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