You can also passtrough multiple devices. If you wanted to passtrough another device at 00:19.0 just append it to the parameter.
[root@xen ~]# xe vm-param-set other-config:pci=0/0000:04:01.0,0/0000:00:19.0 uuid=<vm uuid>
@Otis2772 Where is your time synchronization coming from? Time differences can be caused by a slew of things including power settings (VM or not), CPU availability, networking connectivity, etc. Are they all the same OS or different OSes?
I am back to the office and I am troubleshooting different settings and connection setups. I appreciate all your input. The issue is configuring the right NIC0/NIC1/WAN/ and LAN. Once I am done I post my setting. Thanks again for everyone.
There is nothing in any logs at all, on either the Dom_0 or Dom_U at the time of the crash, the journal on the Dom_U stops updating at the instant of the freeze and only resumes after it has been destroyed and re-started.
We are in the process of moving sites to HVM, that is an ongoing part of our plan, 1 down...
We've not tried running a screen session, but that is a very good idea, and we'll do that - thanks! I don't believe we've tried running in debug mode either, so will pursue that too.
Thanks for the advice, I appreciate it - I know it isn't anything even remotely related to your work, but as an XCP-ng user personally, I wasn't sure where else to try.
Okay, this makes sense, thank you for the clarification. The reason I was asking I've been having crazy issues with xcp-ng on my server with VMs crashing all the time on boot etc and have been trying to troubleshoot and just wanted to look into this as I've done every other thing I can possibly think of. thanks again!