On 12/20/22 07:25, Johnny Hughes wrote:
On 12/20/22 06:50, Bill Gee wrote:
The two latest kernels for CentOS7 are complete fails for running KVM
and QEMU guest machines.
This is not true for all KVM guests. This kernel is actually installed
and test booted before release on a cold iron, KVM VM, Virtual Box VM,
and ESXi VM.
Version 3.10.0-1160.76.1 works correctly. Both 3.10.0-1160.80.1 and
3.10.0-1160.81.1 will hang within seconds of launching any virtual
machine. It is a HARD hang. I have to pull the power cord from the
computer in order to regain control.
Since 81.1 came out within the last few days, I assumed it would
contain a fix for this problem. It does not.
Does anyone know when a kernel will be released that fixed this problem?
It also passes our t_functional test suite:
All C7 updates run through all these tests for all new rpms.
So this problem has some other specific cause. Is this on a E5507
What OS is the KVM host running. I assume this is x86_64 arch?
Oh, here is a list to the test suite:
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