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Monday, October 21 • 10:30am - 11:15am
How Closely Do We Model Real Hardware in QEMU? - Anthony Liguori

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As QEMU implements support for more architectures and devices, the limitations of our modeling abstractions are beginning to show.  This talk will walk through hardware diagrams for multiple architectures mapping concepts in hardware such as interrupt delivery and device layout with
how we model these concepts in QEMU.  This talk will pay special attention to those areas where QEMU is currently deficient such as I/O request transversal across complex bus hierarchies.


Anthony Liguori

Anthony Liguori is the maintainer of the QEMU project and long time contributor to both KVM and Xen.  He was previously the Open Virtualization Development Lead at IBM's Linux Technology Center. Anthony has spoken at many Linux Foundation events.

Monday October 21, 2013 10:30am - 11:15am
Edinburgh Suite

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