Well, my current pvops/dom0 tree is finally (reasonably) stable. There
was a fairly nasty bug which ended up corrupting dom0 memory when doing
IO on behalf of domains, but that is finally fixed.
In honour of this, I've renamed the rebase/* branches to xen/* (moving
the old remaining xen/* branches to xen-old/*); xen/master is now the
preferred branch for fetching current dom0 work.
The kernel tree is fairly featureful:
* basic dom0 support
* ACPI power management
* S3 suspend/resume (at least for some people)
* microcode update
* MSI support
In other words, it has as much as it ever has.
There are a few notable missing features:
* pci front/back
* upstream Linux support
* your pet feature
Full coordinates are:
See http://wiki.xensource.com/xenwiki/XenParavirtOps for general
directions on configuration, compilation and use.
This is definitely a work-in-progress kernel. I'd appreciate all bug
*and* success reports so I can get some idea of how many people are
using this thing, and how often there are problems. Patches gratefully
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