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March 22, 2006

Filed under: Uncategorized — Muli Ben-Yehuda @ 2:07 AM

Here’s a brief update, a minor flexing of the blogging muscle, if you will: Calgary bare metal support is now in -mm, we are slaving and toiling on the OLS IOMMU paper (deadline April 1st, mommy, make it stop, it hurts) and I’ve been down with a nasty flu for the last few days. Other than that – everything is swell.

I should really write something more substantial one of these days. Just – not today.

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Filed under: Uncategorized — Muli Ben-Yehuda @ 1:33 AM

nadava got accepted to the MIT Media Lab. Breath taking. Many congratulations and way to go, man!

March 14, 2006

deliverance

Filed under: Uncategorized — Muli Ben-Yehuda @ 11:33 AM

[RFC PATCH 1/3] x86-64: Calgary IOMMU – introduce iommu_detected

[PATCH RFC 2/3] x86-64: Calgary IOMMU – Calgary specific bits

[RFC PATCH 3/3] x86-64: Calgary IOMMU – hook it in

March 5, 2006

good things happen at 3AM

Filed under: Uncategorized — Muli Ben-Yehuda @ 3:47 AM

dom0 is now running with the Calgary IOMMU enabled under Xen ๐Ÿ™‚

undeg:~ # uname -a
Linux undeg 2.6.16-rc5-xencal #57 Sun Mar 5 02:54:50 IST 2006 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
undeg:~ # xm dmesg | head
 __  __            _____  ___   ___
 \ \/ /___ _ __   |___ / / _ \ / _ \
  \  // _ \ '_ \    |_ \| | | | | | |
  /  \  __/ | | |  ___) | |_| | |_| |
 /_/\_\___|_| |_| |____(_)___(_)___/
                                      
 http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/netos/xen
 University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory
 
 Xen version 3.0.0 (muli@haifa.ibm.com) (gcc version 3.4.1) Sun Mar  5 02:54:54 IST 2006
undeg:~ # dmesg | grep -i translation
Calgary: enabling translation on PHB 0!
Calgary: enabling translation on PHB 1!

March 1, 2006

hell yeah

Filed under: Uncategorized — Muli Ben-Yehuda @ 3:53 PM
Dear Author(s);

On behalf of the 2006 USENIX Annual Technical Conference Program Committe,
we are pleased to inform you that your paper, titled :

"IP Only Server"

has been conditionally accepted to appear as a SHORT paper in the program
with shepherding. Congratulations!

Since our records indicate your paper was a full submission, you may,
of course, withdraw your submission if you prefer.

We received 153 full paper submissions and 41 short paper submissions.
Of these, 21 were accepted as full papers, and 15 were accepted as
short papers, so you should take this as validation of your
research efforts.

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