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[Xen-users] Which kernel CONFIG_XXX options correspond to which vif drivers?

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  • From: Bruce Edge <bruce.edge@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2010 11:22:31 -0700
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I'm using a stripped down domU kernel and it's not seeing eth0:

ipconfig: eth0: SIOCGIFINDEX: No such device
ipconfig: no devices to configure

The VM's config is using:

vif = [ 'model=ioemu' ]

Presumably it's because I've taken out the NIC driver it's using. How do I find out which one it needs (without the dreaded binary search method)?

IOW, what kernel CONFIG_XXX option maps to the ioemu driver?
e1000? OR?

Is this documented somewhere?

Thanks in advance.

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