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[Xen-users] Multiple VMs Using Multiple Video Cards w/Pacifica

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Subject: [Xen-users] Multiple VMs Using Multiple Video Cards w/Pacifica
From: Steve Higton <hpq8bfr.mailing.lists@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 2 May 2006 22:41:13 +0100
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Hi All,

I've read a few references to the imminent AMD AM2 CPUs including Pacifica 
technology and that these CPUs have an io-mmu (I may have spelt that wrong or 
used incorrectly terminology, if it's not an io-mmu it's something that 
allows devices on the PCI/PCI-express bus to have their memory remapped.)  
WIll this enable XenU domains to have access to multiple video cards?  I 
would like to be able to have two XenU domains have a PCI-express video card 
each to run two independent displays in either Windows XP or Linux.



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