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RE: NetBSD & Xen 4 - where are we ?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: port-xen-owner%NetBSD.org@localhost
> On Behalf Of Hugo Silva
> Sent: terça-feira, 29 de Maio de 2012 15:19
> To: Manuel Bouyer
> Cc: port-xen
> Subject: Re: NetBSD & Xen 4 - where are we ?
> On 05/29/12 14:41, Manuel Bouyer wrote:
> > Why do you think xl is better than xm ?
> It's not about being better, but because it seems that xm is meant to be
> deprecated, and when the time comes it wouldn't be wise to hurry things up
> (find ourselves in a state where xl is the way forward and doesn't work on
> NetBSD and at the same time xm is a "thing of the past" and not supported
> However, according to what you wrote below, that shouldn't become a
> problem. I don't see any issue with using xm with 4.1 and the new xl when
> the time for 4.2 comes.
> >> What is preventing xl from working properly now ?
> > Lots of code. It looks like it has been developed on linux without
> > portability in mind. There is work going on in xen unstable on this
> > topic, and it should work in xen 4.2, but I don't think it's worth
> > backporting to 4.1.
[(Comment - MC)] Sounds reasonable, I guess I'll test with xl when 4.2 is
ready, or if you need more testers, I could try xen-unstable in my home
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