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Wednesday, July 12 • 14:30 - 15:15
Design Session: Default Tests and Configuration of Server and Edge Hypervisors

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Virtualization increasingly depends on hardware support, while hardware diversity continues to increase. At present, common feature configurations are tested and given first-class support. Other configurations imply expert mode and private testing. Derivative projects also carry patches that may not be acceptable to upstream Xen, but are common to edge (client, embedded) use cases. Can downstream projects contribute test capacity for non-server configurations of Xen?

These test cases are relevant to OpenXT:

  • Xen feature subsets (Kconfig)
  • GPU passthrough/virtualization with local display: Linux, Windows (USB video capture)
  • Measured Launch (Intel TXT, AMD SVM, TPM 1.2, TPM 2.0)
  • Inter-VM communication: libvchan, V4V
  • Stub domains: Mini-OS, Linux
  • Driver domains: network, USB


Rich Persaud

Consultant, BAE Systems
Rich Persaud has worked with Xen since 2005 and is a former member of the Citrix XenServer and XenClient engineering and business teams. He is currently a consultant to BAE Systems, working on the OpenXT project, which stands on the shoulders of the Xen Project, OpenEmbedded Lin... Read More →

Wednesday July 12, 2017 14:30 - 15:15