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  • Xen Downloads
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    Original URL path: http://xen.xensource.com/download/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Xen Download Archive
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  • will report on the recently completed integration of the OpenSolaris domU and dom0 port to the hypervisor created by the Xen community We will summarize the porting issues describe our testing methodologies and share our preliminary performance observations We ll

    Original URL path: http://xen.xensource.com/files/xensummit_fall07/03_abstract.txt (2016-02-13)
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  • Clyde Griffin Novell Novell Xen Roadmap Session Abstract This discussion will detail some aspects of the Novell virtualization roadmap and cover some of the important development initiatives for Novell

    Original URL path: http://xen.xensource.com/files/xensummit_fall07/04_abstract.txt (2016-02-13)
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  • The paravirtops infrastructure and its xen implmentation is at long last in mainline Linux This talk will discuss ongoing work to add x86 64 support domain0 support and compare performance

    Original URL path: http://xen.xensource.com/files/xensummit_fall07/05_abstract.txt (2016-02-13)
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  • Aron Griffis HP IA64 update Report on the status of the IA64 port features relative to x86 performance and roadmap

    Original URL path: http://xen.xensource.com/files/xensummit_fall07/06_abstract.txt (2016-02-13)
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  • the safety properties of the Java language which does not require the address space protection needed by unsafe languages such as C Until recently the effort involved in developing a new operating system more suited to hosting the Java platform was prohibitive The advent of para virtualized hypervisors e g Xen BDF 03 changes this situation by dramatically lowering the barrier to entry Not only does the hypervisor provide a portable and idealized interface to the hardware but also the ability to concurrently run standard operating systems allows some facilities to be off loaded completely While some of the benefits could be realized by porting an existing C based JVM to the hypervisor API D06 Ammons07 the full potential of a dynamically optimizing JVM environment can only be realized with an all Java approach Accordingly the JavaGuest project JavaGuest07 is based on Maxwell Maxwell07 a new research JVM under development at Sun Labs that is written entirely in Java and based on a meta circular architecture While there is already much less native code in Maxwell than a traditional JVM the JavaGuest project has a particular goal of absolutely minimal C code thus allowing the Java compiler to optimize code down to the hypervisor API layer The initial JavaGuest prototype is currently based on an enhanced version of the MiniOS example guest OS that is provided in the Xen distribution MiniOS is augmented by a small layer that interfaces with the Maxwell JVM MiniOS has been modified for SMP support multiple VCPUs and we have also added two custom splitdevice drivers The first driver provides just those I O facilities required by the file system classes in the Java platform thereby off loading all file system access to a sibling guest OS The second driver provides support for debugging the

    Original URL path: http://xen.xensource.com/files/xensummit_fall07/07_abstract.txt (2016-02-13)
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  • runs the xen guest kernel and a small xen emulator together as kvm guest The emulator does the bare minimum needed to make the guest kernel happy As we run in a vmx container anyway we don t bother checking anything unless absolutely needed We also don t try to protect the emulator memory against the kernel xenner itself obviously can t trust the guest and must check things carefully

    Original URL path: http://xen.xensource.com/files/xensummit_fall07/08_abstract.txt (2016-02-13)
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