Jailhouse v0.6 Hypervisor Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Virtualization on 9 January 2017 at 06:34 AM EST. 1 Comment
A new release is now available of the Jailhouse 0.6 partitioning hypervisor that remains an out-of-tree option for Linux server admins.

Jailhouse 0.6 has reworks to its ARMv7 support, now integrates ARMv8 support and new board support like AMD Seattle / LeMaker HiKey / NVIDIA Jetson TX1 / Xilinx, support for booting multiple Linux instances, better interl-cell communication, AMD IOMMU support, Intel Cache Allocation Technology support, support for newer Intel CPUs, and a range of other improvements. Jailhouse continues to be developed by the likes of Siemens, Huawei, and many others.

More details on this new Jailhouse hypervisor update via the kernel mailing list.
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