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SubjectRe: [RFC, PATCH 0/24] VMI i386 Linux virtualization interface proposal
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> Two final notes.  This is not an attempt to force a proprietary interface
> into the Linux kernel. This is an attempt to find a common interface
> that can be used by many hypervisors by isolating hypervisor specific
> idioms into a neutral layer. This new layer is just what is claims to
> be - a virtual machine interface, which allows hypervisor dependent code
> to be abstracted in a way that benefits both Linux and hypervisor
> development.


such an interface should be defined with source visibility of both sides
though. At least of one user. Can XEN or any of the other open
hypervisors use this? What does it look like? And if not, why not,
wouldn't that make VMA a VMwareInterface instead ? ;)

Why can't vmware use the Xen interface instead?


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