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  • XCI Source
    top of both repositories that we ll feed upstream at some point in the development cycle XCI Repositories through gitweb build git xen git xen pq git patchqueue linux 2 6 27 git linux 2 6 27 pq git patchqueue toolstack git ioemu git ioemu pq git patchqueue Download It XCI build system can be found in the build git repository the build will automatically download everything needed to build the root image The build requires that you have the following package installed on your host system make gcc and bcc git DVCS flex and bison as86 iasl bzip2 note For now a 32 bits host environnment is necessary to build successfuly building on a 64 bits host machine is not yet supported It should be possible on any distributions when the packages mentionned has been installed however since we can t test all distributions ourselves we recommend building on a debian lenny chroot we accept patches for build failures related to distributions differences download the build repository git clone http xenbits xen org git http xenclient build git build the image make Have a look at the Build Instructions as well as XCI Getting Started for more details on

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  • XCI Support
    Mailing Lists Community Support Page here Developer Questions xci devel User Questions Add XCI to Subject Line xen users Xen org Mailing List Archive Xen Markmail Japanese Mailing List Add XCI to Subject Line xen japanese Portuguese Discussion List here IRC Groups Freenode xen Documentation Documentation Support Page here Xen org Wiki Community Wiki Home Page here Building XCI here Getting Started with XCI here News Press Releases Blog Resources

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  • Welcome to xen.org, home of the Xen® hypervisor, the powerful open source industry standard for virtualization.
    To make the migration easier on us we have closed this form However the new xenproject org community site has a feature called the Xen Project Ecosystem Pages that allow you to add entries in a self service fashion If you are a community member or company that supplies a product service open source project that uses Xen or interfaces with Xen or one of its projects or you provide consulting around the Xen Project you can add yourself to the new eco system pages The same is true if you want to point the project s community to a relevant research paper Create a user account on xenproject org Log in Create a listing using this link Make sure you chose the right category and appopriate tags Once submitted your entry will be approved by a moderator and then go live You can edit entries later yourself by going to the logging into the site finding your listing and clicking the edit button However changes will have to be approved by a moderator News Press Releases Blog Resources Wiki Sources Downloads Governance Security Information Connect Mailing Lists Search Mailing Lists IRC Twitter LinkedIn Miscellaneous Contact us Legal and Privacy

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  • IRC
    IRC channel for the XCP project Our most active developers also use an by invite only IRC channel If you contribute enough on one of the Xen developer mailing list you will be invited to join If you think you should be invitedsend a mail to your community manager If you don t have an IRC client you can access the IRC via the web using the FreeNode web interface More on IRC What is IRC IRC abbreviated for Internet Relay Chat provides a platform for open chatting is chiefly designed for group communication It consists of networks which themselves contains channels which refers to the place for group discussion relevant to the topics for the discussion Why should I join IRC IRC allows you to have real time chat with individuals proficient in various fields around the globe helps you in discussion of your problem What are the ways to join IRC There are various ways to join IRC Installing an IRC application Using your web browser You can access IRC in a number of ways Here are some of the them Standalone apps XChat mIRC LeafChat Websites Webchat Browser plugins Chatzilla News Press Releases Blog Resources Wiki Sources

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  • Xen Summit
    a highly reliable and scalable systems Please visit my website for more information Download original Skylark aims to provide a generic platform which enables cloud applications to be easily deployed and accessed In the front end Skylark ports Spice to Xen and customizes Spice for application window delivery and display Skylark users can start any application subscribed from Skylark application store and does not need to know whether it runs in Linux or Windows In the back end by providing Xen Image File System Xen IFS multiple VMs are allowed to start up simultaneously from the same snapshot or the same disk image Xen IFS will automatically keep and isolate the private data produced by each VM Skylark makes it possible for Multiple User Single Installation MUSI among VMs and also makes it easy for application delivery through remote VM access I O Scalability in Xen Kevin Tian Intel Kevin Tian currently works in Intel Open Source Technology Center He joined Intel in 2003 after getting communication system Master Degree from University of Electronic and Scientific Technology of China He is then involved in several virtualization projects since 2004 with technical contributions in various Xen areas IA64 VT i x86 VT x power management client virtualization performance etc Now Kevin is studying I O scalability with Xen The talk will cover SR IOV scalability and challenges in Xen as well as NUMA I O support in Xen Download original PV Drivers for SeaBIOS using Upstream Qemu Daniel Castro PhD Student Pohang University of Science and Technology Daniel is a PhD student at Pohang University of Science and Technology He got involved with the Xen community through Google Summer of Code developing PV Drivers for Seabios In 2007 he was introduced to the virtualization and web acceleration world During that time he started to create data center consolidation solutions that is when he got involved with the Xen Hypervisor During that time his PhD aspirations were born Daniel also worked closely with Citrix Netscaler and started contributing to netscalerkb com and later became an administrator Simultaneously he was teaching first level Programing at his former University Daniel is very dynamic and creative with a keen drive for learning diverse subjects from politics comics he currently enjoys Motorcycles and Strategic War Games He dreams one day to travel around the world in a motorcycle with his wife As part of the Google Summer of Code we tried to add support for SeaBIOS in order to allow guest OSes to be booted directly from PV disk devices rather than from the emulated disk device SeaBIOS is the BIOS implementation that upstream qemu uses When the virtual machine is created SeaBIOS upon initialization uses a generic Xenstore client to communicate with the back end and initialize the front end block device that will connect to the back end After the connection is established I O requests are made via the BIOS int 0x13 interface guest OSes use the int 0x13 without needing to be

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  • Xen Summit
    Xen At Scale Pradeep Vincent Principal Engineer Amazon Web Services Download original Xen Hypervisor project update Keir Fraser Project Lead Xen Hypervisor project Xen org Download original Update on Linux PV OPS Konrad Wilk Xen Linux Kernel Engineer and Maintainer Oracle Download original The Future of the Xen Cloud Platform Mike McClurg Project Lead Xen Cloud Platform project Citrix Download original Disaggregated Xen Patrick Colp PH D Student University of British Columbia Please note that this presentation or it s video cannot be published at this stage Seamless scale out storage for Xen and OpenStack AB Periasamy CTO Gluster Download original Tackling the Management Challenges of Server Consolidation on Multi core Systems Hui Lv Performance Engineer Intel System Optimization Technology Center Intel Corporation Download original Redesigning Xen Memory Sharing Mechanism Jose Renato Santos Principal Research Scientist HP Labs Kaushik Kumar Ram Ph D Student Rice University Download original Tailoring NAS Storage Proxies for VMs Caitlin Bestler Senior Director of Architecture Nexenta System Download original Xen ARM project update Sang bum Suh Vice President S W Platform Lab Samsung and Project Lead Xen ARM Project Download original Introduction to OpenStack Ewan Mellor Director of Development Citrix and Member of the OpenStack Project Policy Board Download original Xen in the Cloud Marco Sinhoreli Private Cloud Project Leader Globo com Download original Evaluation and enhancement to memory sharing and swapping in Xen 4 1 Xiaowei Yang Architect of Virtualization Platform HUAWEI Download original Linpicker A Simplified Secure Display Server for Xen Eamon Walsh National Information Assurance Research Laboratory NSA Waiting for presentation Linux as an HVM guest enable PV interfaces and receive interrupts as Xen events Stefano Stabellini Xen Hypervisor Maintainer and Senior Software Engineer Citrix Download original Minimizing I O latency in Xen ARM Chuck Yoo Professor Korea University and Director Embedded

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  • Xen Summit at AMD 2010
    Presentations Here Welcome Keynote Ian Pratt Xen Community Update Slides Video Keir Fraser Xen Hypervisor Project Update Video Tom Woller AMD Xen and Virtualization Slides Video Energy Savings Yuvraj Agarwal SleepServer System Video Lei Ye Energy Efficient Storage in VM Slides Video Jun Nakajima Moving Backend Drivers from Dom0 to HVM Domain Slides Video Xen Cloud Platform Jonathan Ludlum Xen Cloud Platform Update Video Marco Sinhoreli Case Study Iaas using XCP and XAPI Slides Video Hirokazu Takahasi VastSky Cluster Storage System for XCP Slides Video Sheng Liang Building an Infrastructure as a Service Cloud on XCP Slides Video Pradeep Padala XRM Event based Resource Management Framework for XCP Slides Video Project Updates Konrad Rzeszutek Wilk PVOps Update Slides Video George Dunlap Xen Scheduler Slides WhitePaper Video Isaku Yamahata PCI Express Support in QEMU Slides Video Sang bum Suh Xen ARM Update Slides Video Clouds Paul Lappas GoGrid and Xen Slides Video Bernard Golden Open Source Cloud Computing Slides Video Real Time Shalini Yajnik Supporting Soft Real Time Tasks Slides Video Edwin Verplanke Don Banks Embedded and Communication Workloads Slides Video Misc Allen Kay Graphics Passthrough Challenges Slides Video Dullor Rao Jun Nakajima Guest NUMA Support PV and HVM Dulllor Slides

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  • Xen Summit Asia at Intel 2009
    Professor Jin Hai Keynote Slides Video 1 2 GB MTS format Xen Ideas Ben Lin Weidong Han Graphics Passthru with VTd Slides Video 1 1 GB MTS format Jeremy Fitzhardinge PVOps Dom0 Slides Video Part 1 Video Part 2 Qing He Nested Virtualization Slides Video Sang bum Suh Xen ARM Update Slides Status Updates Noboru Iwamatsu PVUSB Update Slides Video Tao Ma Joel Becker Reflink Update Slides English Video 728 MB MTS format Yunhong Jiang Mission Critical Xen Slides Video 796 MB MTS format Chuck Yoo Real Time Support for Xen Slides Video 790 MB MTS format Deployed Xen Thomas Goirand Cao Wei Running a VPS Hosting Business with Xen Slides English Slides Chinese Video 1 3 GB MTS format Wang Chao Xen virtualization solution and application of case Slides Video 915 MB MTS format Topics in Xen George Dunlap Xen Scheduler Slides White Paper Video 909 MB MTS format Isaku Yamahta PCI Express Support in QEMU Slides Video 883 MB MTS format Jun Nakajima Optimizing Enhancing VM for Cloud Computing Slides Video 911 MB MTS format Xen Behind Scenes Zhigang Wang Xen Debugging Slides Video 1 0 GB MTS format Haicheng Li Practical Xen Testing at Intel Slides Video

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