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  • RE: XCP-ng 8.2.1 crash

    Thank you for all these links! I will look through them (need some time though)

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  • RE: XCP-ng 8.2.1 crash

    To be honest, I would put cpufreq=none and max_cstate=0. This should disable the whole CPU P-states and C-states management by Xen. In this way, if there's any bug in firmware ACPI tables (or may be in the way Xen handles them) it would be possible to pinpoint this.

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  • RE: XCP-ng 8.2.1 crash

    Hmm, in the bugzilla thread the guys talk about adjusting SoC voltage and updating the BIOS. It still seems to me to be a HW problem... I will look through the whole thread and I will do some research about possible workarounds in newer Linux kernels for 5000 series ryzen.

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  • RE: XCP-ng 8.2.1 crash

    Thank you 🙂 👍 I hope we will quickly pinpoint the issue and find the solution for it.

    For your command line - I think it's a good thing if you are looking for performances and you have no use of PCI passthrough. Normally IOMMU is not involved if you do not have passthrough-ed devices, but we already experienced some issues on some platforms where IOMMU itself exhibits unstable behavior. So yes - it is better to disable it if you have no use.

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  • RE: Host Crash Once In A Long While

    @planedrop If you boot Xen with nmi=dom0, they'll be forwarded to dom0 rather than being treated as fatal.
    Could you also get lspci -tv for this system? The IO_PAGE_FAULT is for a different device to the one reporting an AER BadTLP in dom0 and has a wildly bogus address, so we need to figure out if the two errors are related or independent.

    BadTLP is a problem, usually indicative of an electrical contact issue in the slot. Whatever is downstream of 00:01.1 wants unplugging, dusting out thoroughly, then confirming that it's adequately reseated.

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