>
> > > > i prepared two LH6000/4CPU/4GB for XEN-production :o(
> > > > so what next?
>
> Judging from the Linux boot output, this looks like a 5 (!) CPU
> system. Is this correct?
>
yes ... LH6000 is up to 6 CPU, I thought itīs good for QOS resource

        sharing if I can pin domains to a "free" cpu.

> You're definitely outside the tested envelope with this system...
>
not so good for production use :o)


>
> A few things to try:
>
> 1) Remove half the RAM (2GB). We have some 4GB systems that work
> fine, but its possible there's a clash with IO memory space.
>
ack


>
> 2) Remove all but one of the Ethernet cards. Multiple Ethernet
> cards shouldn't cause problems, but we've never used multiple of
> these particular cards. (You can't currently use more than one
> card anyhow, but this will be fixed relatively soon)
>
ack


> 3) Boot a 2.4.16 version of Linux (e.g. from the 1.0
> XenDemoCD). If that fails, step forward versions until you find
> the one where it starts working. (It's probably a BIOS table or
> weird APIC issue)
>
? sorry ... what to do in detail ?

On my XenDemoCD 1.0 download/22.01.2004 is only 2.4.22 as a boot
config.
This XenoLinux config booting is o.k.!
In dmesg only one cpu.
With mii-tools no network interface is accessible.

> 4) Boot Xen with a serial line connected so that you can capture
> the serial output to send to us.
>

ack ... need equipment for it ... next week

>
> Ian

   Manni