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Re: [Xen-API] kernel source files explanation for source development in kernel

I am aware of libvchan, I came up the idea studing how libvchan works.
But at some point, libvchan sends some data to the other domain using
xenstore (which ends up writing to some device /proc/xen/xenbus). I want
to implement something in kernel so I want to understand what exactly is
going on in kernel when I call write on this specific device. I end up
at the directory Linux/drivers/xen/xenbus but I have difficulty
understanding how the above driver is implemented in kernel source code.

On 28/5/2016 17:59, Rich Persaud wrote:
> On May 28, 2016, at 10:46, Michalis <mirozis@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I want two domains (let's say Dom1 and Dom2) insert a module (lets say
>> mymodule.ko) and in kernel space exchange some information.
> You may want to look at libvchan, https://www.cs.uic.edu/~xzhang/vchan/
> Rich

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