Xen 4.10 RC1 Now Available For Testing

Written by Michael Larabel in Virtualization on 23 October 2017 at 06:50 AM EDT. 4 Comments
The first release candidate is now available for the upcoming Xen 4.10 hypervisor update.

Among the changes being worked on the past several months for the Xen 4.10 hypervisor are NVIDIA Tegra SoC support, Xen transport for the 9pfs back-end, various para-virtualized driver updates, memory bandwidth allocation and L2 cache allocation technology support.

In the ARM space is also non-shared IOMMU support, generic no-processor virtualization support, ARM TrustZone handling with OP-TEE, and other improvements.

Weekly release candidates of Xen 4.10 will come until this hypervisor update is ready to ship, which should be before the end of the calendar year.

More details on Xen 4.10 RC1 via XenProject.org.
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