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I am working on a project to modify Xen to precisely control the execution
times of the individual guest domains, and I need some help. I considered
modifying the XM python program, but it is not precise or fast enough for my
I want to be able to pass short, simple message quickly between an
application-level process and the Xen kernel asynchonously. I found an IPC
mechanism designed for the method called netlink
(http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/7356), but I am not sure how to
incorporate it into the Xen kernel. When I attempt to recompile the kernel
with netlink, I get errors that seem to stem from type issues I am not
Is it possible to use a mechanism such as netlink with Xen? If so, how?
Is there other functionality within Xen that could be used with minimal
modification to do IPC within domain0?
Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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