Diff for /wikisrc/ports/xen/howto.mdwn between versions 1.70 and 1.72

version 1.70, 2015/01/04 02:10:06 version 1.72, 2015/01/04 02:15:34
Line 910  calls.  It is booted from the dom0 as th Line 910  calls.  It is booted from the dom0 as th
 /grub/menu.lst and loads a kernel from the domU filesystem.  /grub/menu.lst and loads a kernel from the domU filesystem.
   
 [Panix](http://www.panix.com/) lets users use pvgrub.  Panix reports  [Panix](http://www.panix.com/) lets users use pvgrub.  Panix reports
 that pvgrub works with FFsv2 with default "newfs -O2" as well as  that pvgrub works with FFsv2 with 16K/2K and 32K/4K block/frag sizes
 16K/2K and 32K/4K block/frag sizes.  See [Panix's pvgrub  (and hence with defaults from "newfs -O 2").  See [Panix's pvgrub
 page](http://www.panix.com/v-colo/grub.html), which describes only  page](http://www.panix.com/v-colo/grub.html), which describes only
 Linux but should be updated to cover NetBSD :-)  Linux but should be updated to cover NetBSD :-)
   
Line 922  HOWTO](http://wiki.prgmr.com/mediawiki/i Line 922  HOWTO](http://wiki.prgmr.com/mediawiki/i
 It appears that [grub's FFS  It appears that [grub's FFS
 code](http://xenbits.xensource.com/hg/xen-unstable.hg/file/bca284f67702/tools/libfsimage/ufs/fsys_ufs.c)  code](http://xenbits.xensource.com/hg/xen-unstable.hg/file/bca284f67702/tools/libfsimage/ufs/fsys_ufs.c)
 does not support all aspects of modern FFS, but there are also reports  does not support all aspects of modern FFS, but there are also reports
 that FFSv2 works fine.  At prmgr, typically one has an ext2 or FAT  that FFSv2 works fine.  At prgmr, typically one has an ext2 or FAT
 partition for the kernel with the intent that grub can understand it,  partition for the kernel with the intent that grub can understand it,
 which leads to /netbsd not being the actual kernel.  One must remember  which leads to /netbsd not being the actual kernel.  One must remember
 to update the special boot partiion.  to update the special boot partiion.

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