[CentOS-virt] Re: [kvm-devel] (long) kvm and virt-manager not ready
for daily usage
lfarkas at bppiac.hu
Sun Sep 9 10:21:36 UTC 2007
Anthony Liguori wrote:
>>> saying that guest SMP isn't working for you? The host OS definitely
>>> shouldn't crash. Can you be more specific about what configs you are
>>> using? There was a host oops fixed in kvm-36 so upgrading may help you.
>> exactly. i've got 4 phisical core (Intel Core 2 Quad) and i try to give
>> 4 cpus for 2 guests and 2 cpus for a third guest and restart libvirtd.
>> the result was that even the host system crash without any stack trace
>> or kernel panic and only the hard reset helps.
> Could you try to reproduce the problem with kvm-36? Host crash bugs are
> very important to fix especially one so easily reproducible.
yes, when c5-testing will include kvm-36. i already recompile many rpms
to be able to use the latest tools, but since kvm is in centos-extras
i'd rather stay with that and don't mix packages.
Levente "Si vis pacem para bellum!"
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