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Re: [Xen-devel] Re: [PATCH] Re: cs:21768 causes guest spend more time on boot up
On 19/07/2010 13:24, "Keir Fraser" <keir.fraser@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Ah, so it does. I assumed it was the kernel because that's all that
>> changed on my test box since I last tested this stuff. I'm using the C
>> xenstored and its code looks like it should work fine with the page
>> getting zeroed under its feet. I'll dig further.
> Thanks. The revised patch might be acceptable, but if possible we're better
> off relying on undocumented xenstored behaviour than domU frontend behaviour
> since the former we have full control over (albeit we now have two daemons
> to consider). Really nice would be some kind of explicit reset command or
> protocol, but in this context since there are no watches or pending requests
> or anything, I guess whacking the xenstore page is sufficient engineering
And, yes, I agree it looks like the existing code should just work. The C
xenstored, at least, doesn't cache ring indexes.
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