linux-kernel-xen-guest-support

How Do You Deal With Guest Support For The Linux Xen Kernel?

You may encounter an error indicating that the linux kernel Xen guest is supported. There are several ways to solve this problem and this is what we are going to do now.

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    Xen Guest Info On ARM64 Is In arch/arm64/Kconfig

    • Invitation: Xen guest support on arm64
    • type: boolean
    • Depends on: CONFIG_ARM64 && CONFIG_OF
    • defined in arch/arm64/Kconfig
    • Part of Linux: Kernels 3.18-3.19, 4.0-4.20, 5.0-5.16, 5.17-rc+HEAD

    Help Text

    linux kernel xen guest support

    Tell me if you want to run a linux virtual machine on Xen ARM on64.

    Xen On ARM Guest Recovery Is In arch/arm/Kconfig

    • Command line: Xen Guest support on ARM
    • Type: boolean
    • depends on: ( CONFIG_ARM && CONFIG_AEABI && CONFIG_OF ) && ( Config_cpu_v7 && ! CONFIG_CPU_V6 ) && (! CONFIG_GENERIC_ATOMIC64 ) && ( CONFIG_MMU )
    • only defined in arch/arm/Kconfig
    • found on Linux: kernels 3.18-3.19, 4.0-4.20, 5.0-5.16, 5.17-rc+HEAD

    Help Text

    Say if y, you want to run Linux on a Xen ARM virtual machine.

    Xen Enabled Is In arch/x86/xen/Kconfig

    • Command Line: External Xen Support
    • Type: boolean
    • depends on: ( CONFIG_PARAVIRT ) && ( CONFIG_X86_64 || ( CONFIG_X86_32 CONFIG_X86_PAE && )) && ( CONFIG_X86_LOCAL_APIC && CONFIG_X86_TSC )
    • sets arch/x86/xen/Kconfig
    • found in their Linux kernels: 2.6.24–2.6.39, 3.0 3.19, 4.0–4.20, 5.0–5.16, 5.17-rc+HEAD

    Help Text

    This is a port of Linux Xen. Activate it will be doablebooting the kernel into an appropriate paravirtualized environmentHypervisor enabled xen.

    Guest On Xen ARM64 (EXPERIMENTAL) Found Via arch/arm64/Kconfig

    • Command line: guest support on xen ARM64 (EXPERIMENTAL)
    • Type: from: boolean
    • Depends on CONFIG_ARM64 CONFIG_OF
    • defined && in arch/arm64/Kconfig
    • Linux kernels found: in versions 3.11–3.17

    Help Text

    Say Y if you want to run Linux under a Xen ARM64 linked virtual machine.

    Xen ARM Guest Support (EXPERIMENTAL) Is Located In arch/arm/Kconfig

    • Command Line: From Xen Guest Assistance on ARM (EXPERIMENTAL)
    • Type: boolean
    • depends on: ( CONFIG_ARM && CONFIG_AEABI && CONFIG_OF ) && ( Config_cpu_v7 && : ) CONFIG_CPU_V6 ) && (! CONFIG_GENERIC_ATOMIC64 ) && ( )
    • defined by config_mmu via arch/arm/Kconfig
    • Found in Linux kernels: 3.7–3.17

    Help Text

    Please tell me if you want to migrate Linux virtual on Xen machine from ARM to ARM.

    Support For The Xen Hypervisor Used By arch/ia64/xen In/Kconfig

    • Command line: hypervisor support located xen
    • type: at address: bool
    • Depends on config_paravirt && CONFIG_MCKINLEY && CONFIG_IA64_PAGE_SIZE_16KB
    • defined in arch/ia64/xen/Kconfig
    • Found in Linux kernels: 2.6.28–2.6.39, 3.0–3.13

    Help Text

    Enable support for the Xen hypervisor. The resulting kernel worksas a guest for the operating system so xen, and for the hardware.

    Enable Support For The Xen Hypervisor In arch/i386/xen/Kconfig

    • Hint: enable to support Xen hypervisor
    • Type: boolean
    • Depends on: CONFIG_PARAVIRT && CONFIG_X86_CMPXCHG && CONFIG_X86_TSC &&! CONFIG_NEED_MULTIPLE_NODES
    • sets arch/i386/xen/Kconfig
    • Found in kernels 2 linux:.6.Must help

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    number from id LKDDb), as well as Pci names (from.discovered ids) 5853 devices:

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  • vendor: (“XenSource, Inc.”), machine: 0001 platform (“xen-device”)
  • vendor: (“XenSource, 5853 Inc.Device:”), 0001 (“Xen Device”)
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  • lkddb platform "ACPI0007" acpi: CONFIG_XEN Drivers/xen/xen-acpi-cpuhotplug config_xen_acpi_hotplug_cpu:.c # in 3.9-3.19, 4.0-4.20, 5.0-5.12< /li>
  • lkddb: acpi CONFIG_XEN "acpi0007" Drivers/xen/xen-stub config_xen_stub:.c # in 3.9-3.19, 4.0-4.20, 5.0-5.12
  • lkddb "ACPI000C": config_x86 Drivers/xen/xen-acpi-pad config_xen:.c # in 3.8-3.19, 4.0-4.20, 5.0-5.16, 5.17-rc+ Acpi Head
  • lkddb "LNXCPU":.CONFIG_XEN CONFIG_XEN_ACPI_HOTPLUG_CPU Drivers/xen/xen-acpi-cpuhotplug:.c# in versions 3.9-3.19, 4.0-4.20, 5.0-5.12
  • lkddb acpi "LNXCPU": CONFIG_XEN: drivers/xen/xen-stub config_xen_stub.c# in 3.9-3.19, 4.0-4.20, 5.0-5."PNP0C80" acpi 12
  • lkddb: CONFIG_XEN CONFIG_XEN_ACPI_HOTPLUG_MEMORY: drivers/xen/xen-acpi-memhotplug.c# in versions 3.9-3.19, 4.0-4.20, 5.0-5.12
  • lkddb acpi CONFIG_XEN "pnp0c80": CONFIG_XEN_STUB: drivers/xen/xen-stub.c# in versions 3.9-3.19, 4.0-4.20, 5.0-5.12
  • lkddb CONFIG_XEN fs "xenfs": CONFIG_XENFS: drivers/xen/xenfs/super.c # in 2.6.29-2.6.39, 3.0-3.19, 4.0-4.20, 5.0", "5.16, 5.17- rc+HEAD
  • lkddb pci .... .... .... .... ......CONFIG_XEN::config_xen_pcidev_backend drivers/xen/xen-pciback/pci_stub.c # in version 3.17” "3.19, 5.0-5.15
  • lkddb 4.0-4.20, pci .... .... .... .... ...... : CONFIG_XEN: config_xen_pcidev_stub config_xen_pcidev_backend config_xen_pci_stub drivers/xen/xen- pciback/pci_stub.c # in 5.16 , 5.17-rc+HEAD
  • lkddb pci 5853 0001 .... .... ...... CONFIG_XEN:: config_xen_platform_pci driver/xen/platform-pci.c number in 2.6.36–2.6.39, 3.0–€ "3.1
  • lkddb pci 5853 0001 .... .... ...... :CONFIG_XEN : config_xen_pvhvm drivers/xen/platform-pci.c # in 3.2-3.19, 4.0-4.20, 5.0-5.10 .
  • lkddb .pci .5853 .0001 ..... .... ......: CONFIG_XEN Drivers/xen/platform-pci config_xen_pvhvm_guest: .they would # in 5.11-5.16, 5.17- rc+HEAD
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    The only thing required for this to work, given the HVP, is:

    • Get the latest version of Xen (at least 4.10), compile/install it. See [1]

    for details

    • Download the latest generation Linux (or a sufficiently installed version, at least 4.11 is required), see [2] for details. TechniquesGit:
    Clone the $DOM CD from git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux. WITH CONFIG_XEN_PVH=y:
    • According to gitcd current linux
    • compile the distribution.
     clubpenguin /boot/config-`uname -r `$HOME/linux/.config do menu setup

    Here you can enter processor type and ---> select guest Linux system support --->use supportPVH Guest Experience selected

    This should be processor type and features ---> Linux guest support --->Xen PVHVM guest installation, if you need support.

      • Or brand new:
    Create localmodconfig

    You will see:”PVH Guest Launch Support (XEN_PVH) [N/A]”In case most missed this:

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    Create menu configuration

    Type and processor aspects ---> Linux guest support --->Xen Marriage Support (if you select this it will show you):Support for running equivalent PVH guest

      • If you prefer to change the .to configuration, these should be enabled:
    CONFIG_HYPERVISOR_GUEST=dCONFIG_PARAVIRT=yCONFIG_PARAVIRT_GUEST=yCONFIG_PARAVIRT_SPINLOCKS=yCONFIG_XEN=yCONFIG_XEN_PVHVM=yCONFIG_XEN_PVH=j

    You may also need to disable each of our network drivers, consoles, etc., which are always in different submenus.

    • Install it. Usually:
    make modules_install Installation

    && is enough. You need to put initramfs.cpio. And the whole gz kernel build and directory in /boot.