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SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/7] KVM: userspace interface
John Stoffel wrote:
> Avi> This patch defines a bunch of ioctl()s on /dev/kvm. The ioctl()s
> Avi> allow adding memory to a virtual machine, adding a virtual cpu to
> Avi> a virtual machine (at most one at this time), transferring
> Avi> control to the virtual cpu, and querying about guest pages
> Avi> changed by the virtual machine.
> Yuck. ioclts are deprecated, you should be using /sysfs instead for
> stuff like this, or configfs.

I need to pass small amounts of data back and forth very efficiently.
sysfs and configfs are more for one-time admin stuff, not for continuous
device control.

error compiling committee.c: too many arguments to function

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