Re: kvmtool tree (Was: Re: [patch] config: fix make kvmconfig)
From: Anca Emanuel
Date: Mon Feb 11 2013 - 08:58:26 EST
[quote]the ultimate goal being to make this new socket family
That was from vmware.
If somebody will make something generic, to please xen, kvm, vmware,
and others in an 15 to 20 years time...
Then a tool like this will be accepted ?
Linus, you know this tool was only for x86.
Now if you look at this:
There are other platforms added.
Look here: https://wiki.linaro.org/LEG/Engineering/Virtualization
[quote]kvmtool is used meanwhile[/quote]
They are using it !
On Mon, Feb 11, 2013 at 3:18 PM, David Woodhouse <dwmw2@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Mon, 2013-02-11 at 13:56 +0100, Ingo Molnar wrote:
>> To use another, perhaps more applicable analogy:
>> If one has the choice to start a new business in the U.S., it
>> would be reasonable to do that. There's a lot of supporting
>> infrastructure, trust, distribution, standards, enforcement
>> agencies and available workers.
>> Could the same business succeed in Somalia as well? Possibly -
>> if it's a bakery or something similarly fundamental. More
>> complex businesses would likely not thrive very well there.
>> *That* is how I think the current Linux kernel tooling landscape
>> looks like currently in a fair number of places: in many aspects
>> it's similar to Somalia - disjunct entities with not much
>> commonality or shared infrastructure.
> That's complete nonsense. If you want to use pieces of the kernel
> infrastructure, then just *take* them. There are loads of projects which
> use the kernel config tools, for example. There's no need to be *in* the
> kernel repo.
> And for code-reuse it's even easy enough to automatically extract parts
> of kernel code into a separate repository. See the ecos-jffs2 and
> linux-headers trees, for example, which automatically tracked Linus'
> tree with a certain transformation to make them sane for just pulling
> into the relevant target repositories.
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