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[Xen-users] Cross domain syncrhonization in Zen.

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  • From: "Maulik Patel" <maulik.patel@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2006 15:57:59 +0530
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I stumbled across following questions while understanding Xen.

Can someone please explain it


What is the source of gettimeofday() for an O.S running on Xen ?

Does Xen provide a common source for all VMs ?


On taking a cursory look at details it seems like this info is obtained from shared_info structure.

Is shared_info struct common across all VMs ? I suppose not !





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