Ubuntu

10.04 i386 won't boot with >512Mb on Xen 4.1

Reported by Katie Lucas on 2011-06-30
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Bug Description

This regressiojn occurred between linux-image-2.6.32-30-generic-pae-2.6.32-30.59 and
linux-image-2.6.32-32-generic-pae-2.6.32-32.62.

The issue is that VMs with more that 512MB RAM fail to boot on Xen 4.1. The platform that this was reproduced on was XenServer 6.0 Beta. When the memory assigned to the VM is reduced to 512MB it boots fine.

Unfortunately there is absolutely no kernel output generated - even though 'quiet' is removed from the command line in grub.

Stefan Bader (smb) wrote :

This bug is also reported in lp#790747 (which I will mark this one a duplicate). It is fixed by the kernel that currently is waiting in proposed (2.6.32-33.64 or higher).

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