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SubjectRe: Load interrupt code dynamically
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Alan Cox <alan@lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk> writes:
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> Realistically - the one case it is done right now is by the mainframe
> people, simply because the underlying hypervisor does it. You probably
> have much more chance that way using a microkernel (real one not MACH)
> underneath. Still a huge task.

There are also patchkits for KVM for swappable guests. And you can do it today
in qemu.

-Andi
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