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Re: more xen release candidates to test

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On 06/03/2011 07:18 PM, M A Young wrote:
> If anyone doesn't know already, the upstream kernel tree (as of 3.0-rc1)
> has xen-blkback included which means you can now run xen which reasonable
> disk performance with native kernels (though there are currently issues
> with module-init-tools and kernel-3.0-0.rc1.git0.1.fc16 is confused as to
> whether it was 3.0 or 3.0.0).

Looks like module-init-tools was addressed on 6/6, so that's promising.

I'm having some issues with 2.6.32.39-175.xendom0.fc13.x86_64 and disk 
partition detection (I need to run partprobe after boot to get, e.g. 
sdd1 to show up, sdd only is found), so I figured might as well try to 
move forward before moving back.

My base OS is Fedora 14.  Which version of Xen should I have installed 
if I want to try upgrading to 3.0.0-rc5 via the koji build and get 
xen-blkback?  Is it the same as you've been backporting for us (i.e. no 
changes needed)?

Thanks,
-Bill

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