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[Xen-users] Cross domain syncrhonization in Zen.

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  • From: "Maulik Patel" <maulik.patel@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2006 06:58:32 +0530
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Am new to Xen and have following questions.
I see HYPERVISOR_shared_info struct exported in xen.h. That means it common to all the VMs and hence can be used across all VM for time keeping ? (Not sure though).
But looking at the shared_info_t definition, it looks like per VM structure.
shared_info can also be accessed via start_info which seems like a per VM structure.
Can someone  through light on it.
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