I think this may have been asked before, but what would it take to get debuginfo packages built for the Xen4CentOS kernels? If its just a patch for kernel.spec file that nobody has gotten around to, what is the best starting place for making that patch?Than..
Ive been running 3.18.25-18.el6.x86_64 + our build of xen 4.4.3-9 on one host for the last couple of weeks and have gotten several soft lockups within the last 24 hours. I am posting here first in case anyone else has experienced the same issue.H..
It looks like no XSA-142 patch, which is libxl fails to honour readonly flag on disks with qemu-xen has been applied to Xen4CentOS. I assume this was on purpose?If not, I can have someone try adding the original patch from http://xenbits.xen.org/xsa/advisory-142.h..
Just a heads up, the changelog for the xen package says * Thu Oct 22 2015 George Dunlap- 4.4.3-2.el6.CentOS – Import XSAs 149-153The source RPM also has the patch for XSA 148, as shown in the git log.Rega..
By default, /var/lib/xenstored is mounted tmpfs in CentOS 5 but this doesnt appear to be true for Xen4CentOS. This can cause performance issues as mentioned in https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?idD6089Im not sure if this should be part of xencommo..