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= Host device passthrough =
 
= Host device passthrough =
  

Latest revision as of 11:36, 25 November 2010

Host device passthrough

QEMU already allows USB device passthrough to guests, though its a little flakey. Xen already supports PCI passthrough (insecurely). VT-d in Xen and KVM adds ability to pass off PCI devices too. Although there are security implications even with VT-d in place, we need to support this in libvirt. Depends on host device enumeration feature.