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[Xen-users] Paravirtualised drivers Novell & Intel available

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  • From: "Tijl Van den Broeck" <subspawn@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 13 Feb 2007 10:37:51 +0100
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According to some news posts I've seen (this one being the most

Intel & Novell have paravirtualised drivers for Windows now. This was
a Virtual Iron & Xen Enterprise domain only at first.

Does anyone have more information about these drivers and more
specifically their license. It would be great if they were GPL'd :-)
But I'm having doubts seeing the statement "The paravirtualized device
drivers are now available to members of the pilot program." ... will
they go Open Source (or free at least)? This could be a huge
performance enhancer for Windows running on HVM.


Tijl Van den Broeck

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