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Re: [Xen-devel] Generic Xen

On Thursday 10 March 2005 06:45 am, Neugebauer, Rolf wrote:
> At the moment VT support is a compile time option. VT extensions are
> only used if you start a VT VM and are only used with that VM. So you
> can have native Xen VMs running alongside VT VMs. The same Xen image
> runs on hardware with and without VT.
> I'm not sure if I understand your question?

Well! This is both interesting and new to me! It makes my question moot,
but I have another. When I think of VM, VM370  is what comes to mind.
My impression of Xen is that it does not follow the model of VM370.
Is that correct?

If it is correct, what made the designers of Xen move
in the direction they have taken?

Dave Feustel

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