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2009 Jul 31
Would like include model association in to_xml
i have: class Library << ActiveRecord::Base has_many :books end class Book << ActiveRecord::Base belongs_to :library end in my controller i have: render :xml=> Library.find(:all).to_xml(:include=>books) but, i would like put a condition in the books ( e.: pages >= 100 ) i would like to create a xml with all Libraries, but books with pages more than 100) How to
2008 Oct 29
problem with dom0_min_mem on vm creation
Hi List, I get the following error when trying to create a new vm. There is 1024MB total physcial memory on the machine with 320MB used. Error: I need 1045876KiB, but dom0_min_mem is 1048576 and shrinking to 1048576 KiB would leave only 1021888 KiB free. Thanks in advance M _______________________________________________ Xen-users mailing list
2010 Jun 21
Controllers, what? why?
Hi, I am starting to learn rails and I went through the guide and a couple of tutorials. Even though I understand controllers or at least I can use them I can''t see yet the whole picture. Why do you need several controllers for a single application? If a controller is just a class whose methods interface with models and views, why not have a single controller for the whole application?
2004 Aug 30
Shorewall upgrade messed up my firewall
Hi all, I''m using Gentoo Linux Distribution and I''ve upgraded my firewall from Shorewall 1.4 to 2.0.4, however my LANs stop having internet access. I have a server with shorewall 2.0.4 installed and 3 interfaces. eth0 and eth1 are interfaces to a LAN and to my laptop and eth2 is the net interface. I have masq like: eth2 eth0 eth2 eth1
2008 Feb 08
VT-d support in HVM?
Hi, I''ve recently setup a few machines with 3.2 64bit without any unresolvable problem. These machines all run pv domU''s and a view "basic" hvm domUs. As I''ve got one machine left for internal use and testing, I would like to take a look at pciback with VT-d support (bios screen shows a VT-d [enable|disable]). My question is, do I need to add patches, or use
2008 Feb 08
VT-d support in HVM?
Hi, I''ve recently setup a few machines with 3.2 64bit without any unresolvable problem. These machines all run pv domU''s and a view "basic" hvm domUs. As I''ve got one machine left for internal use and testing, I would like to take a look at pciback with VT-d support (bios screen shows a VT-d [enable|disable]). My question is, do I need to add patches, or use
2008 Jun 08
qemu-img not compiled?
I''m running latest 3.1.4. I need access to qemu-img to convert some image files. However this binary is not compiled after doing make world and make install. I notice that the source code is present, but I cannot figure out how to make it compile and install along with qemu-dm? Am I missing something? -- Randy _______________________________________________ Xen-users mailing
2008 Mar 31
Max number of Network Aliases?
I know that there is a 3 network interface max for Xen 3.*. But is there a max number of network aliases? Since they are all on the same subnet then really it should just bridging the traffic. Correct? Does anyone have a PV DomU that has more than 3 IP addresses being used inside it? Thanks, Ryan _______________________________________________ Xen-users mailing list
2008 Feb 25
cpu does not support long mode. use 32 bit distribution.
hi all i am trying to boot from rhel5.1 x86_64 image. with the following configuration kernel = "/usr/lib/xen/boot/hvmloader" builder=''hvm'' memory = 3048 name = "rhel51" vcpus=1 cpus = "" vif = [ ''type=ioemu, bridge=xenbr0'' ] disk = [ ''phy:/dev/cciss/c0d0p7,ioemu:hda,w'',
2012 Oct 16
CPU microcode update under xen
Hi! System: Debian/testing with selfcompiled kernel 3.5.5 (same error with 3.4 or 3.6) XEN: 4.1.3 After booting the Dom0 I notice the following errors: [ 2.939078] microcode: CPU0 sig=0x1067a, pf=0x1, revision=0xa07 [ 2.991998] microcode: CPU0 update to revision 0xa0b failed [ 2.992035] microcode: CPU1 sig=0x1067a, pf=0x1, revision=0xa07 [ 2.995882] microcode: CPU1 update to
2008 Feb 21
SuSE /var/ disk space
Hi all, I''m playing with Xen for the first time, and encounter problems when installing a client. We basically have limited space on the /var/ partition, and Xen seems to use this as temporary storage during installation. Is there anyway of configuring it to use some other location? Cheers, Dean. _______________________________________________ Xen-users
2017 Aug 12
package building problem Centos 7 & R 3.4.1
On Friday, 11 August 2017 22.51.12 WEST Paul Johnson wrote: > Dear everybody: > > Packages that DO pass the package check on my Ubuntu 17.04 laptop with > R 3.4.1 and Mac OSX do not build on Centos 7 with R 3.4.1. I'm pretty > sure I have an environment defect, but cannot find it. Hi Paul, the first error that you get is that ggplot2 is not installed: Error in
2008 Feb 29
error creating Centos 5.1 x32 dum_U instance on CentOS5.1 x64
Nah, RHEL 5.1+ supports 32-bit domU (PAE and non PAE) on 64-bit dom0. Actually RHEL Xen is 3.1 with the brain damaged 3.0 userland utilities. -Ross ----- Original Message ----- From: <> To: CentOS mailing list <> Sent: Fri Feb 29 04:46:42 2008 Subject: Re: [CentOS] error creating Centos 5.1 x32 dum_U instance on
2008 Jun 15
OpenSolaris 200805 as pv domU
Hi there, I''ve written a small manual on how to install OpenSolaris 2008/05 as paravirtualized domU. Maybe, this is useful for someone. Cheers, Stepha _______________________________________________ Xen-users mailing list
2013 Jan 02
mgag200 driver does not work properly with Xen
When using Xen Hypervisor, the video goes very slow after module load in console. Xorg does not run. My boot process (in kernel 3.7.1 from elrepo, my default kernel.): 1. Hypervisor is loaded (from here, the screen resolution is 640x480 - text scrolling fast) 2. Kernel is loaded 3. mgag200 module is loaded 4. Screens enter native resolution (from here, the screen resolution is 1280x768 - text
2009 Sep 07
iSCSI domU - introducing more stability
Hi there, during peak load on some running domU, I noticed random iSCSI "Reported LUNs data has changed" which forced me to shutdown the respective domU, re-login the target and do a fsck before starting domU again. This occurred on a 16 core machine, having only about 14 domUs running. Spare memory has been occupied by dom0 (about 40G). Each domU has it''s own iSCSI target.
2008 Jul 25
VT-d "partial" success - passing DVB-S tuner to Windows DomU (based off previous thread of similar name!)
Hi All, So I''ve got a DVB-S PCI Express card ($30 USD Twinhan AD-SE200 off eBay) that''s being passed via VT-d/pciback in Xen 3.2.1 under CentOS 5.2 to a Windows XP SP3 which works! ... except for one small issue... Motherboard is an Intel DQ35JO that much people has had success with and an Intel E8400 CPU. The issue is that when dealing with FTA MPEG-2 transport streams
2007 Nov 13
CentOS 5.0 ifcfg-eth0 gets renamed on boot
Hello, I created a CentOS 5.0 x86_64 guest under Debian Etch with Xen 3.0.3 and it boots fine except for one re-occuring problem - whenever it boots the /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 script gets renamed to .bak and doesn''t configure the ethernet device. Here is the content of this file: TYPE=Ethernet DEVICE=eth0 BOOTPROTO=static ONBOOT=yes
2008 Aug 05
VMX on Lenovo R61, disabled bi BIOS ?
Hi, I''m currently trying to use a Linovo R61 Thinkpad equipped w/ Core2 Duo for HVM Virtualization. BIOS shows CPU/Virtualization->enabled. Xen 3.2.0 shows (Xeo) VMX disabled by BIOS Does someone knows any problems with R61 Thinkpads? Thanks in advance. cheers, Stephan -- Stephan Seitz Senior System Administrator *netz-haut* e.K. multimediale kommunikation zweierweg
2007 Dec 28
Xen and networking.
I have a beefy machine (Intel dual-quad core, 16GB memory 2 x GigE) I have loaded RHEL5.1-xen on the hardware and have created two logical systems: 4 cpus, 7.5 GB memory 1 x Gige Following RHEL guidelines, I have it set up so that eth0->xenbr0 and eth1->xenbr1 Each of the two RHEL5.1 guests uses one of the interfaces and this is verified at the switch by seeing the unique MAC addresses.