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[Xen-users] FW: XEN and Infiniband

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Subject: [Xen-users] FW: XEN and Infiniband
From: anthony garnier <sokar6012@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 29 Apr 2009 16:33:25 +0000
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I going to try to install OFED 1.4 on Xen 3.3 and I`d like to realize a VMM kernel bypass. Thanks to it my doomU will be able to communicate directly with my HCA and not pass by the dom 0. How can I realize that ? Is there a soft or something like that to do  the kernel by pass ? I saw that it exist things like XEN-IB driver and SoftIB, there can i get it ? Or  is VMM kernel bypass  included in Xen 3.3 ?



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