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[Xen-devel] How to know hypercall entry and exit addresses?

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I want to get the virtual addresses of the hypercall entry and exit.
To know system call addresses, I know there is a file System.map in /boot.
By looking up the file we can get many kernel symbols addresses.
I am wondering if there is a similar file in Xen.
Or is there other ways so that I can determine the virtual addresses of hypercalls.
Any information is appreciated. Thanks in advance.

- Tommy
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