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SubjectRe: next-0710: CONFIG_PARAVIRT broken on x86_64?
Takashi Iwai wrote:
> Hi,
>
> does paravirt work on x86_64 with the recent linux-next kernels?
> I have a boot problem, a segfault of init at the very beginning.
>
> Freeing memory ...
> init[1]: segfault ... in libc-2.8.so
>
> The backtrace is like below:
> ? do_coredump
> ? blocking_notifier_call_chain
> do_exit
> do_group_exit
> get_signal_to_deliver
> do_notify_resume
> ? do_wait
> ? default_wake_function
> retint_signal
>
> The kconfig is below. When I set CONFIG_PARAVIRT=n, it works fine.
>
> The problem exists at least since 20080703 until today, maybe in the
> earlier versions, too. The similar config works on i386.
>

Is your userspace 32 or 64 bit?

J


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