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Re: [Xen-devel] [rumpuserxen baseline test] 26359: tolerable FAIL

On Wed, 2014-05-21 at 11:30 +0100, Ian Jackson wrote:
> Ian Campbell writes ("Re: [Xen-devel] [rumpuserxen baseline test] 26359: 
> tolerable FAIL"):
> > This set of tests suggests that rump kernels are i386 only, or we are
> > only using i386 rumpkernels, is that right?
> Hrm, I have been using i386 just because that happened to be my build
> environment but it looks like the rump kernel setup is supposed to do
> amd64 too.
> I haven't looked at how hard it would be to fix that.  It's tempting
> just enable the -amd64 test and see what falls out.

Sounds fine to me ;-)

> > I've always had it in mind that in the absence of other requirements
> > (e.g. pvgrub kexec) stubdoms would be better off being 64 bit, since
> > they can take advantage of the larger address space and being single
> > address space applications don't suffer from syscall overhead.
> True.
> Ian.

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