seron at online.de
Mon Mar 31 05:00:08 BST 2008
thank you for your Quick reply. Most likely you are right and there are
pretty good reasons for making a module.
I made suggestes changes, but there still seems to be something wrong.
I did the following:
- insert "pciback" in /etc/initramfs-tools/modules
- insert "options pciback hide=(00:06.0)" into /etc/modprobe.d/options
- update-initramfs -u
modules of PCI devices still appear in lsmod.
Could it be that when pciback is loaded by initrd the
file /etc/modprobe.d/options isn't already availible? Is there a way to
insert the "options" into the initrd?
Do you have other ideas?
Thanks a lot for your Help!
Am Sonntag, den 30.03.2008, 23:13 -0400 schrieb Todd Deshane:
> Hi Stephan,
> I am not on the kernel team, but I can give you pointers for using
> Even if pciback is compiled as a module and not directly into the
> kernel, you should still be able to use it.
> The basic idea is to build it into the initiral RAM disk (initrd). You
> can add the module to /etc/initramfs-tools/modules and then run:
> update-initramfs -u
> You should then be able to use the pciback functionality. Here
> reference on the xen-users mailing list :
> http://xen.markmail.org/search/?q=CentOS and pciback#query:CentOS and
> It gives the mkinitrd equivalent, which is a similar tool to the
> mkinitramfs tool that Ubuntu uses.
> I am guessing that the kernel team did have reason and setup the
> policy of what to build as module etc. If adding it to the initrd
> doesn't work I would recommend that you file a bug to the Xen-3.2
> package, as those bugs are generally fixed in a timely fashion.
> Also, another appropriate place to ask questions if you run into
> further problems is the xen-users mailing list
> ( http://lists.xensource.com/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/xen-users )
> On Sun, Mar 30, 2008 at 10:47 PM, Stephan Schulz <seron at online.de>
> Hello kernel-team,
> i've just installed the new Hardy Beta Release with
> Now I wanted to hide some pci devices to pass them to xen
> The problem now is, that I can't use pciback at boot time
> because it's a
> module and not compiled into the kernel.
> Will you compile it into the kernel in final release as you
> did in
> Thanks for such great work!
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