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Latest Xen Project Blog Posts

Xen Project 4.8.2 is available

I am pleased to announce the release of Xen 4.8.2. Xen Project Maintenance releases are released in line with our Maintenance Release Policy. We recommend that all users of the 4.8 stable series update to the latest point release. The release is available from its git repository xenbits.xen.org/gitweb/?p=xen.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/stable-4.8 (tag RELEASE-4.8.2) or from the XenProject download […]

My GSoC Experience: Allow Setting up Shared Memory Regions between VMs from xl Config File

This blog was written by Zhongze Liu. Zhongze Liu is a student studying information security in Huazhong University of Science and Technology in Wuhan, China. He recently took part in GSoC 2017 where he worked closely with the Xen Project community on “Allowing Sharing Memory Regions between VMs from xl Config.” His interests are low-level hacking and […]

My GSoC experience: Fuzzing the hypervisor

This blog post was written by Felix Schmoll, currently studying Mechanical Engineering at ETH Zurich. After obtaining a Bachelor in Computer Science from Jacobs University he spent the summer working on fuzzing the hypervisor as a Google Summer of Code student. His main interests in code are low-level endeavours and building scalable applications. Five months ago, […]

Latest Planet Blog Posts

Changes to Hotfixes and Maintenance for XenServer Releases

XenServer (XS) is changing as a product with more aggressive release cycles as well as the recent introduction of both Current Release (CR) and Long Term Service Release (LTSR) options. Citrix recently announced changes to the way XenServer updates (hotfixes) will be regulated and this article summarizes the way these will be dealt with looking forward. To first define a few terms and clarify some points, the CR model is intended for those who always want to install the latest and greatest versions, and these are being targeted for roughly quarterly releases. The LTSR model is primarily intended for installations that...

Mapping metod of solution on system of boolean equations tasks of type 23 && advanced Z(k) approach for tasks of type 18

Consider  following sample testing Demo of EGE 2016 Solution via building basic diagram and generated table via mapping has been setup Next sample ¬A => (Z(30) => ¬Z(20)) A + ( ¬Z(30) + ¬Z(20)) ¬(Z(30)Z(20)) +A (Z(30)Z(20)) => A 30 = 11110 v 20= 10100 —————— Result = 11110 =30 A(max) = 30