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== Windows 2019 Hangs on Reboot ==
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The CPU needs to be configured as such in the definition file;
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<syntaxhighlight lang="xml">
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  <cpu mode='custom' match='exact'>
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    <model fallback='allow'>Nehalem</model>
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    <feature policy='force' name='fsgsbase'/>
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  </cpu>
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Latest revision as of 01:24, 1 July 2020

 AN!Wiki :: How To :: Troubleshooting Anvil! m2 Problems

Contents

[edit] Servers

[edit] Server Problems

[edit] Installing Servers

[edit] Windows 10 or Windows 2016 Hangs On Install

On the node that tried to install the Windows 2016 server, run this:

grep 'unhandled rdmsr' /var/log/messages

If you see a line like this:

kvm: 21390: cpu0 unhandled rdmsr: 0x3a

Edit the server's provision script (/shared/provision/<server_name>.xml) and add the following to the end of the last line:

 --cpu Nehalem,+fsgsbase

TODO: Show a diff

If you see any other '--cpu ...' line, delete is. Save the changes and then re-run the provision script.

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Note: This script is only part of the provision process. Once you run it, Striker will detect it and recognise that it isn't fully added yet. You will be presented with a button to complete the setup.
/shared/provision/<server_name>.xml

TODO: Show output

[edit] Windows 2019 Hangs on Reboot

The CPU needs to be configured as such in the definition file;

  <cpu mode='custom' match='exact'>
    <model fallback='allow'>Nehalem</model>
    <feature policy='force' name='fsgsbase'/>
  </cpu>


 
 

 

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