On Wed, Dec 3, 2008 at 4:45 AM, Dongsheng Song <dongsheng.song@...> wrote:
> Yes, I running OpenBSD amd64 in Debian 5.0(lenny) kvm box for OpenBSD
> Status at lease one month, it's fine!
For me, OpenBSD 4.4 on KVM/HVM in 32-bit mode is painful: I keep
getting a watchdog message from the OpenBSD kernel related to the NIC
that causes any ongoing TCP transfer from halt for a few seconds.
Have you seen this?
>  http://repo.e2echina.com/status/ >
> Dongsheng Song
> 2008/12/3 Vinicius Vianna <ds@...>:
>> tico escreveu:
>>> Stephan A. Rickauer wrote:
>>>> Those of you interested in running OpenBSD as a Xen guest in
>>>> XenEnterprise might want to use this opportunity to raise their voice:
>>>> http://forums.citrix.com/thread.jspa?threadID=151525 >>>>
>>> Stephan, thanks for the notice -- I just posted my $0.02 on that board as
>>> well. If you manage to make any progress in your efforts (or any one else's)
>>> to run OpenBSD under Xen with any amount of usefulness, I'd be interested to
>>> hear about it. Feel free to contact me off-list.
>> Don't know if it fits your project, but have you tried KVM? Read at least
>> Ubuntu is moving to it since some issues with licenses and code with Xen,
>> don't know in depth what was.
>> I have some OpenBSD's installed in KVM with no issues using the e1000
>> emulated nic (em0 in OpenBSD) for some network test setups.