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[opensuse-virtual] paravirtualized USB support (per-device passthrough) in OS 11.1
  • From: PGNet <pgnet.trash+osvm@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 23 Mar 2009 17:02:11 -0700
  • Message-id: <dbd51810903231702w14cb399cv5a1119405b600c5@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
i'm running OS 11.1's


on x86_64

from .../Kernel:/SL111_BRANCH/openSUSE_11.1/.

pci passthrough of ethernet from Dom0 to guests works fine.

i recently added a USB 10/100 Ethernet adapter to my mix.

@ Dom0,

lsusb | grep -i Belkin
Bus 001 Device 004: ID 050d:0121 Belkin Components F5D5050 100Mbps
dmesg | egrep -i belkin
pegasus 2-4:1.0: eth1, Belkin F5D5050 USB Ethernet, 00:05:1b:42:16:f3

it's fully functional.

digging to see how to passthrough the single USB dev to a guest, i
came across a presentation from the recent Xen/Oracle summit:

"Paravirtualized USB Support for Xen: Status Update"

which seems to indicate that support for single-device passthru
exists, works, and has decent (~80% of native) performance.

iirc, it's currently targeted @ upstream xen sources, and can't be
simply/blindly applied to OS's xen sources.

anyone know if there _is_ any current effort/progress on per-device
USB PV support in OS/SLES?
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