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[Xen-users] Interrupt distribution

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From: "ITZIAR BALENCIAGA" <ibalenciaga@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 29 Apr 2009 08:53:30 +0200
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first of all I'd like to thank you for helping me with all the problems I've had. My system works fine and that couldn't be possible without you. Now I have another question for you:
In my system there are two domains and I want one of them to be almost isolated. What I mean is that I want nearly all the interrupts to be handled by the domU while the dom0 takes care of just a NMI. An example could be dom0 handling IRQ1 and domU taking care of the rest.I've read that in some tools like the RTS Hypervisor it's possible distributing the interrupts between the different domUs and I supose something similar can be done with XEN. Is it possible doing something more or less like that? Which configuration files need to be modified? In the manuals I've read until now I couldn't find any information about it and I hope someone something about this.
I can just use xm commands because virt-manager and virsh commands don't seem to work for me.



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