[9fans] Plan9 in Virtual PC 2007? - Plan9

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  1. [9fans] Plan9 in Virtual PC 2007?

    I'm trying to run the most recent Plan9 image in a Virtual PC 2007 VM.
    The install went flawlessly, but I'm getting write errors, at which time
    things just go really bad and the console starts spewing this error
    every few seconds:

    command 30
    data f18d8520 limit f18da520 dlen 8192 status 0 error 0
    lba 520112 -> 520112, count 16 -> 16 (16)
    0x00 0x0f 0xB1 0xEF 0x07 0xE0 ox58
    0x40: E307 0x42: c0000x48: 00
    0x4A: 0000
    fossil: disk WriteRaw failed: /dev/sdC0/fossil: score 0x0000466e: date
    Thu Nov 8 14:43:48 EST 2007
    part=data block 18030: i/o error

    Any clues?

    Thanks,
    Paul


  2. Re: [9fans] Plan9 in Virtual PC 2007?

    it looks to me that sdata.c only prints this when i/o times out.
    since you're sending a non-dma command, the most likely problem
    is a missed interrupt.

    that's not very helpful, is it.

    is there any chance your original problem was a real i/o error?

    - erik

    > I'm trying to run the most recent Plan9 image in a Virtual PC 2007 VM.
    > The install went flawlessly, but I'm getting write errors, at which time
    > things just go really bad and the console starts spewing this error
    > every few seconds:
    >
    > command 30
    > data f18d8520 limit f18da520 dlen 8192 status 0 error 0
    > lba 520112 -> 520112, count 16 -> 16 (16)
    > 0x00 0x0f 0xB1 0xEF 0x07 0xE0 ox58
    > 0x40: E307 0x42: c0000x48: 00
    > 0x4A: 0000
    > fossil: disk WriteRaw failed: /dev/sdC0/fossil: score 0x0000466e: date
    > Thu Nov 8 14:43:48 EST 2007
    > part=data block 18030: i/o error
    >
    > Any clues?



  3. [plan9mod] Re: Plan9 in Virtual PC 2007?

    I've seen the same: installs OK, doesn't run well on VPC2007. My
    solution was to run a non-virtual file server and just use the VPC as
    a terminal. That's not very helpful either.

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