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Re: [Xen-devel] XEN_DOMCTL utility?

Hi Ron

> is there a utility of some sort that one can use to control domains? I
> need to set XEN_DOMCTL_ioport_permission in a domain, but after a fair
> amount of searching I don't see any utility; on the other hand it's
> hard to believe this has not been written.

you should be able to add ioports="FROM[-TO]" to your xm command line or the 
config file in order to grant permissions to a range.  You can replicate this 
several times on the xm command line to grant multiple ranges.  In the config 
file, ioports should probably be a python list of ranges.

See tools/python/xen/xm/create.py for where this is parsed.

I've not used this myself but it sounds like it does what you're looking for!


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