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Jan Beulich wrote:
> Jeff Mahoney <jeffm(a)suse.com> 14.10.07 01:26
2) Xen is temporarily disabled - but for a good reason. 2.6.23 saw the
acceptance of Xen into mainline! The version in mainline is slightly
different than our local patches, which causes some conflicts. One of
the big issues is that the mainline version of Xen allows a whole lot
more compile-time CONFIG_* options than ours did, so the config files
need to be updated. When Xen is working again, uncomment the appropriate
entries in config.conf to re-enable the build.
At least in the first step I'm likely not going to honor the mainline Xen bits -
they don't really buy us much as long as they only support domUs. So after
the first merge step, I expect things to be the same as we had them before
for the -xen* flavors. We may then want/need to decide whether we want
domU support leverage the paravirt ops bits, and utilize the -xen* kernels
only for dom0 going forward.
Huh, well that's pretty useless for us. What bits actually got merged?
Only the arch support? I'm not seeing any of the Xen drivers in there
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