Attention XenServer community: Please be advised that, in alignment with our goal of frequent releases and the XSO database supporting one active release to help resolve issues found in that release while simultaneously preparing for the next release, we are closing down the XSO database for 7.1 issues. As such, users are encouraged to move to XS 7.2 and raise any issues they encounter with that release here. Users who wish to remain on the Long-Term Support Release (LTSR) stream are encouraged to visit Citrix.com. As always, thank you for your support. Andy
Citrix has posted a blog announcing the availability of XenServer 7.1 CU1, the first cumulative update for the XenServer 7.1 Long-Term Support Release (LTSR). CU1 rolls-up all hotfixes released on XenServer 7.1 to date. While there are no new features introduced in this update, a number of additional fixes are included to further enhance and simplify XenApp and XenDesktop environments. Information pertaining to these fixes can be found in the release notes. Of particular significance, this cumulative update provides customers on Long-Term Support Release (LTSR) 7.1 with the latest platform fixes applicable to v7.1. Unlike Current Releases (CR), which provide access to new...
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...
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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
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
It’s been a very busy month or so for the Xen Project. During mid-June, I was lucky to attend and speak at LinuxCon + ContainerCon China held in Beijing. There I spoke on the topic of securing embedded systems with the hypervisor and live patching, virtual machine introspection and vulnerability management alongside my colleague Cheng Zhang of Citrix. […]
I am pleased to announce the release of 4.6.6 and 4.7.3. Xen Project Maintenance releases are released in line with our Maintenance Release Policy. We recommend that all users of the 4.6 and 4.7 stable series update to the latest point release. 4.6.6 The release is available from its git repository http://xenbits.xen.org/gitweb/?p=xen.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/stable-4.6 (tag RELEASE-4.6.6) or […]
The XenServer upgrade process with XenServer 7 can be a bit more involved than with past upgrades, particularly if upgrading from a version prior to 7.0. In this series I’ll discuss various approaches to upgrading XS pools to 7.X and some of the issues you might encounter during the process based on my experiences in the field. Part 1 dealt with some of the preliminary actions needed to be taken into consideration and the planning process, as well as the case for a clean installation. You can go back and review it here. Part 2 deals with the alternative, namely a...