Cloud Hypervisor v20.0 Released!
Posted December 2, 2021 by Cloud Hypervisor Team ‐ 2 min read
This release has been tracked through the v20.0 project.
Multiple PCI segments support
Cloud Hypervisor is no longer limited to 31 PCI devices. For both
aarch64 architectures, it is now possible to create up to 16 PCI segments,
increasing the total amount of supported PCI devices to 496.
For each vCPU, the user can define a limited set of host CPUs on which it is allowed to run. This can be useful when assigning a 1:1 mapping between host and guest resources, or when running a VM on a specific NUMA node.
Improved VFIO support
Based on VFIO region capabilities, all regions can be memory mapped, limiting the amount of triggered VM exits, and therefore increasing the performance of the passthrough device.
Several sections containing unsafe Rust code have been replaced with safe alternatives, and multiple comments have been added to clarify why the remaining unsafe sections are safe to use.
The documentation related to VFIO has been updated while some new documents have
been introduced to cover the usage of
--cpus parameter as well as how to run
Cloud Hypervisor on Intel TDX.
Notable bug fixes
- Naturally align PCI BARs on relocation (#3244)
- Fix panic in SIGWINCH listener thread when no seccomp filter set (#3338)
- Use the tty raw mode implementation from libc (#3344)
- Fix the emulation of register D for CMOS/RTC device (#3393)
Many thanks to everyone who has contributed to our release:
- Alyssa Ross email@example.com
- Bo Chen firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fabiano Fidêncio email@example.com
- Michael Zhao firstname.lastname@example.org
- Muminul Islam email@example.com
- Rob Bradford firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sebastien Boeuf email@example.com
- Wei Liu firstname.lastname@example.org
- Willen Yang email@example.com
- William Douglas firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ziye Yang email@example.com
See the GitHub Release for the release assets.