An ioemu (the device emulator of HVM guest) can run in
An ioemu can also run in a per-hvm-domain stubdomain
(namely, the "HVM emulation domain").
Stubdomain is a very small domain
In this way, we can achieve "a better scalability,
performance and security...".
The architectures of ARM and x86 are
different. Unmodified ARM guest can't run on x86 Xen.
Sorry, maybe a stupid question.
Xen 3.3.0 has a new feature:
- HVM emulation domains ('qemu-on-minios') for better
performance and security.
Does that mean we can create multiple HVM domains to run unmodified ARM os on
an X86 server using Xen3.3?
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