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[Xen-devel] Configuring Guest VMs to use Infiniband interfaces

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  • From: "Adit Ranadive" <adit.262@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 11 Dec 2006 15:55:02 -0500
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Has anyone worked with the xen-smartio repository?

I was using it and had a few questions with regard to the
configuration of the guest VM configuration.:

1) Is there a special config line to assign IB virtual interface to guests?
if i say vif= [' '] in guest config, the interface shows up as eth0
and not ib0 in guest.
Ive changed the network script in network-bridge to use the IB
interface (ib1) as the bridge.
2) how does xen mux/demux over the IB interface? does it use same
ethernet bridging? If so how does one get it to work?

Adit Ranadive

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