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Re: [Xen-devel] Re: How to use valgrind to detect xen hypervisor's memor

On Fri, 2011-07-15 at 14:39 +0100, hellokitty wrote:
> > It would help if you would post the actual patch you are using (including
> your modifications etc). Also which specific baseline valgrind are you
> using? 
> The patch i upload 

upload where? Please post the patch you are using as an attachment to an
email on this list.

> is the actual one i am using , and i just modify some
> lines that do not match the valgrind source code . such as 1608 of "@@
> -1608,6 +1608,11 @@ " , and the version of valgrind is 3.6.1 . 
> Thanks to your advise , now i know i should focus on the detection of
> xend(xl create) , but first i have to use the upload patch to build in the
> source code of valgrind , but that's the point , and i can't fix it .
> sigh...
> > and more does someone have the valgrind tool support for hypervisor well ,
> > can you send me one ?
> > Um, I think I explained in my previous mail why this isn't possible and
> > that this request doesn't make sense
> Sorry , i know the discipline , and but can you tell me your version of
> valgrind  according to your patch ??

My patch was based on r11231 from the valgrind subversion repository.

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