[CentOS-virt] adding xen support to grub2 got segfault running grub2-mkimage
dunlapg at umich.edu
Tue Sep 15 09:56:07 UTC 2015
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On Mon, Sep 14, 2015 at 6:49 AM, Mark Pryor <tlviewer at yahoo.com> wrote:
> There is some interest lately in making a self-contained grub2 boot image -
> call it pvgrub2, used for booting paravirtual domU in xen where a grub2
> config is installed.
> First attempt
> I first tried using the grub2*.src.rpm from the C7 vault.
> I configured as shown below
> for headers, I used xen-devel, xen-libs, xen-licenses from a recent build I
> this gave a segfault from grub2-mkimage with a cmdline like
> /usr/bin/grub2-mkimage -O x86_64-xen -C auto -d /usr/lib/grub/x86_64-xen
> -c ./grub-bootstrap.cfg -m ./memdisk.tar -o ./grub2-x86_64-xen.bin
> -v ext2 fat file font fshelp gzio halt hashsum help legacycfg linux loadenv
> loopback part_dvh part_gpt part_msdos part_plan part_sun xfs xnu_uuid
> xnu_uuid_test xzio
> the image would finish if I cut down the module list to about 8 or less
> modules. This is not enough for a useful image .
> Second Attempt
> In the same build env, I started with the git clone (see link). Now when
> running grub-mkimage I included all the modules in
> /usr/lib/grub/x86_64-xen/ and the image formed without error and works as
> expected as a xen bootloader.
> The only difference in the two builds is the size of grubX-mkimage: one is
> stripped and the other not.
> Using the official grub2 C7 packages failed and a rogue build from git
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