At 12:13 +0200 on 09 Jun (1307621580), Christoph Egger wrote:
> I Acked patch 1.
> I am wondering if patch 15 and 17 contain
> logic that can be shared with svm and moved into common code.
Unless you have specific suggestions I'm happy to take tham as they
Eddie, I've queued up 01-19 ready to be committed. Patch 20 still has
some MSRs that are passed through directly from the host, which I think
needs to be fixed. I'd prefer just a new patch 20 rather than a new
drop of the whole series next time, to save me having to re-check
> On 06/09/11 10:25, Eddie Dong wrote:
> >This patch series enable the nestedvmx support with all fixes to comments.
> >patch 1-2 is a pre-cleanup.
> >patch 3 is for nested vmx data structure patch 4 for nestedhvm ops patch 5,
> >7,8,9, 10, 11 is for VMX instruction emulation patch 6 for virtual VMCS data
> >structure and access APIs.
> >patch 12 for VMCS switching
> >Patch 13 for vmreseume/launch emulation
> >patch 14 for shadow control VMCS fields
> >patch 15 for n1/n2 guest VMCS switch
> >patch 16 for interrupt/exceptions
> >patch 17 for nested vm exit
> >patch 18 for lazy FPU and patch 19 VMXE bits in CR4 patch 20 for MSR handling
> >and capability
> >Thanks, Eddie
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