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Fri, 31 Mar 2006 14:37:00 +0200
I still have problems with qemu-system-x86_64. Some programs crash some not. I
like to help to debug where I can. It seems to be distribution independent,
but I have separated and modified a SuSE10 x86_64 rescue image to reproduce
the errors (http://www.tbz-pariv.de/qemu/TestSuSE10x86_64.iso.bz2).
You can start the image by:
qemu-system-x86_64 -m 256 -cdrom TestSuSE10x86_64.iso -boot d
It's necessary to use a sufficient amount of memory (>256). At the boot prompt
you have to type test64 followed by enter. The root account is passwordfree.
Under version 7.2 of qemu type "sh make.sh", execute a.out.64 (its ok) and
a.out.32 failed. It runs OK unter qemu > 8.0 (well done!).
Another test is "sh testxfs.sh" or "/etc/init.d/boot.vlm start". Somtimes it
crashs and qemu kept stable and somtimes it crashed completely (all versions
of qemu including the snapshot from 29.03. and all without kqemu). No matter
if you specify a hd or not (for the boot.lvm test).
The tests are ok on AMD Athlon64 and AMD Opteron machines.
Are there any more information needed?
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