BSOD On SBS 2008 64bit
Tried to install win2008 - 32 bit - cause i thought maybe its better then 64 bit - but after the main installation process - when windows makes the first reboot Additionally my server regularly crashes and ends-up in a BSOD (see attachment).
The VM is equiped with 4 vCPU, 4GB RAM, 100GB shared iSCSI storage and 1 Nic.
thanx Jump to content Citrix Citrix Discussions Log In Citrix.com Knowledge Center Product Documentation Communities Blogs All CategoriesAppDNAArchived Products (includes End of Life)Citrix CloudCitrix Developer Also installation of any linux guest works perfect.The problem exists with windows guests. my review here
Is this your first xen-host (for commercial production purpose)?- Can you try a mem-test (eg. One of the windows patches contains a solution for the BSOD issue. using an debian/ubuntu bootable cdrom). - if you can provide me SSH access, i can examine the dmesg/message/xen logs- please post the output of "cat /proc/cpuinfo", it should state "vmx" in Maybe it works.
We had issues using a 64-bit OS and using winSBS 2008. Now I install XenServer 5.0.0 and dont install teh Hotfix and try it again. I have the same problem with the same BSOD.I also installed the Hotfix for Xen Server.
I've not made an official call, but i will today.Any Citrix engineers interested in assisting us?!Edited by: Paul Liebregts on 5-dec-2008 5:36 1341-239214-1354354 Back to top Reinhard Schwarz Members #4 Reinhard Our BSOD issues never resulted in a crash of xen-server.can you still ping and connect (ssh) to your xen-server ?greetings Paul from Holland. 1341-239214-1370212 Back to top James Cannon Citrix Employees I installed the XenServer 5.0.0 new, dont installed the Hotfix and dont installed the Updates from Microsoft for the Small Business Server 2008. It doesnt matter whether I install XPSP3/SBS2003/2k8 - installation works fine but after first boot, the windows guest crashes totaly and takes XenServer with to crash.
But the the SBS2008 needs 1hour to start! Process1_initialization_failed I have a SR with EXT3. Several functions may not work. https://forums.virtualbox.org/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=31598 No ping, therefor no connect through SSH.The same thing happens with windows vista.Again the facts:- Server hardware from ThomasKrenn- 2 quad XEON cpus- 16GB RAM- VT support in BIOS enabled- XenServer
Windows 2008 SBS - crash and BSOD Started by Paul Liebregts , 02 December 2008 - 10:19 AM Login to Reply 10 replies to this topic Paul Liebregts Members #1 Paul I dont know what the wrong term was.Edited by: Reinhard Schwarz on 05.12.2008 11:35Edited by: Reinhard Schwarz on 05.12.2008 17:51 1341-239214-1354398 Back to top Harald Knapp Members #6 Harald Knapp 3 Bootcat.cache File No reconnect with XenCenter possible until a total power OFF and ON again. What could this problem be?Please help me solving this!Thank you all in advance!Harald from Austria 1341-239214-1370009 Back to top Paul Liebregts Members #7 Paul Liebregts 7 posts Posted 20 March 2009
Attached Files bsod.BMP 920.79K 0 downloads 1341-239214-1353802 Back to top Reinhard Schwarz Members #2 Reinhard Schwarz 19 posts Posted 05 December 2008 - 09:43 AM Hi Paul.Have you solve this problem? this page The installation succeded and now after the reboot I make a Backup.Regards,Reinhard 1341-239214-1354358 Back to top Reinhard Schwarz Members #5 Reinhard Schwarz 19 posts Posted 05 December 2008 - 03:30 PM We have solved the 64-bit issue, by first installing the xen-tools and second updating windows. All Rights Reserved Privacy & Terms
Please apply hotfix 2.Regards,James 1341-239214-1370451 Back to top Harald Knapp Members #9 Harald Knapp 3 posts Posted 24 March 2009 - 10:53 AM Dear Paul,I did a totally new try today. Installing the XenServer workes fine - also applying the 2 hotfixes available by now. I also experience the DHCP error that is mentioned in threat http://forums.citrix.com/thread.jspa?threadID=239028&tstart=0. get redirected here I also use this time the LVM SR.Have you a Citrix Call for this issue?RegardsReinhard 1341-239214-1354349 Back to top Paul Liebregts Members #3 Paul Liebregts 7 posts Posted 05 December 2008