Re: GSOC2016 Project : RTEMS improvement for Jailhouse hypervisor
hwj1593 at naver.com
Mon May 2 08:58:40 UTC 2016
I appreciate your interest in jailhouse project.
We will focus on porting about i386 bsp first. Maybe after mid term evaluations( June 21 - 28, 2016), We will work about ARM.
From: "Peng Fan"<van.freenix at gmail.com>
To: "황원준"<hwj1593 at naver.com>;
Cc: "rtems-users at rtems.org List"<users at rtems.org>;
Sent: 2016-04-29 (금) 23:57:41
Subject: Re: GSOC2016 Project : RTEMS improvement for Jailhouse hypervisor
Hi Wonjun, Recently I am also looking into Jailhouse and would like to enable RTEMS with Jailhouse on our AArch64 platform. I just go through your proposal. Which platform would you like to take?Do you have git repo that you would like to share? Thanks,Peng.
2016-04-29 15:49 GMT+08:00 황원준 <hwj1593 at naver.com>:
Hello all, I am Wonjun Hwang. I am a GSoC student working on the project of RTEMS improvement for Jailhouse hypervisor. I'm working towards a master's degree at Chungnam national university in Republic of Korea. I am interested in Dynamic binary translation, virtualization, hypervisor. I am working for national research about space. following my lab's seniors I am working about virtualization project.PDF : https://www.ipsj-kyushu.jp/page/ronbun/kouenkai/1002/proceedings/iwict2013beppu_submission_8.pdf The Jailhouse Linux-based partitioning hypervisor is also associated with the QEMU/KVM communities. Initial version of Jailhouse developed x86 BSP. RTEMS also support x86, RTEMS can be easily as Jailhouse “inmate”. But Jailhouse needs required step for porting. The project aims to Integration, Merging, Fixup of existing support for Jailhouse and port support for other architectures (ARM). Thanking you,Wonjun Hwang.
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