./sysutils/xentools415, Userland Tools for Xen 4.15.x

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 4.15.0nb1, Package name: xentools415-4.15.0nb1, Maintainer: bouyer

The Xen virtual machine monitor allows running several virtual machines
on a single physical machine. The xentools415 package contains the
tools to create, destroy and control the virtual machines.

This package contains the tools for Xen 4.15.x

MESSAGE.NetBSD [+/-]

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   2021-05-09 05:46:24 by Pierre Pronchery | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
xentools{413,415}: typo in NetBSD's MESSAGE

Bumps PKGREVISION. NFCI.
   2021-04-18 22:16:23 by Manuel Bouyer | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
Forgot to add files/ subdirectory in initial commit.
   2021-04-18 21:42:19 by Manuel Bouyer | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
The original file includes a $NetBSD: $ CVS id, which also shows up in the
patch, gets expanded and breaks the build.
Manually adjust the patch file to avoid this line.
   2021-04-18 14:31:27 by Manuel Bouyer | Files touched by this commit (77)
Log message:
Add xenkernel415 and xentools415 version 4.15.0

Xen is a hypervisor which supports running multiple guest operating
systems on a single machine. Guest OSes (also called "domains")
can be either paravirtualised (i.e. make hypercalls in order to
access hardware), run in HVM (Hardware Virtualisation Mode) where
they will be presented with virtual devices, or a combination where
they use hypercalls to access hardware but manage memory themselves.
At boot, the xen kernel is loaded along with the guest kernel for
the first domain (called domain0). domain0 has privileges to access
the physical hardware (PCI and ISA devices), administrate other
domains and provide virtual devices (disks and network) to other
domains.