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Latest Xen Project Blog Posts

Get an Introduction to Working with the Xen Project Hypervisor and More at Open Source Summit #OSSummit

Open Source Summit is the premier event to get introduced to open source and to learn more about the trends that are surrounding this space. This year’s Open Source Summit will be held in Vancouver, BC from August 29 – 31. The event covers a wide range of topics from blockchain to security to virtualization […]

Killing Processes that Don’t Want to be Killed

This article originally appeared on lwn.net. Suppose you have a program running on your system that you don’t quite trust. Maybe it’s a program submitted by a student to an automated grading system. Or maybe it’s a QEMU device model running in a Xen control domain ("domain 0" or “dom0”), and you want to make sure […]

A Recap of the Xen Project Developer and Design Summit: Community Health, Development Trends, Coding Changes and More

We were extremely thrilled to host our Xen Project Developer and Design Summit in Nanjing Jiangning, China this June. The event brought together our community and power users under one roof to collaborate and to learn more about the future of our project. It also gave us the opportunity to connect with a large group […]

Latest Planet Blog Posts

qcontrol 0.5.6

Fix for kernels which have permissions 0200 (write-only) on gpio export device. Updates to systemd unit files. Update to README for (not so) new homepage (thanks to Martin Michlmayr). Add a configuration option in the examples to handle QNAP devices which lack a fan (Debian bug #712841, thanks to Martin Michlmayr for the patch and to Axel Sommerfeldt). Get it from git or http://www.hellion.org.uk/qcontrol/releases/0.5.6/. The Debian package will be uploaded shortly.

Citrix Announces General Availability of XenServer 7.5 CR

Hello everyone, This week Citrix released the latest version of XenServer: 7.5 CR. For those unfamiliar with the LTSR and CR release models offered by Citrix, please refer to the recent article published on the Citrix blogs that explains the difference between the two release models. So what’s new in 7.5 you may be asking? Great question! Before I answer this question however, I’d like to remind everyone of the many features we’ve introduced since the release of 7.1 (LTSR) back in February 2017, starting with 7.1 itself. 7.1 LTSR features: Automated updates to simplify host maintenance Delivering Windows VM drivers via Windows updates (WSUS) Health Check (via Citrix...