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Xen userland consists of a toolstack that allows users to create, destroy, configure, and manage other aspects of a guest lifecycle. There are some obsolete/deprecated tool stacks such as xend and xm while currently xl is the default toolstack and shipped with xen. Linux distro-users can

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In our previous blog post, we discussed how to build and execute xen hypervisor on Orange Pi PC 2. We used a pre-built stock Linux image as dom0 kernel. In this post, we shall demonstrate how to properly configure dom0 kernel for xen.

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Xen is one of the most actively developed and deployed open-source hypervisors. It has a  significant market share in server virtualization market and actively developed for x86/amd64 platforms and sponsored by Intel. It has also found traction for ARM architecture and hardware based virtualization is well supported for

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This blog will cover how to automate the testing of REST API. Automating the process of testing will ensure that you deliver a robust API. Any changes to the implementation is ensured, not to break any previous API behavior. In the last blog, we built a REST API using Yii

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In this blog we will explore how to use API keys to enable Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS). API Keys are unique string (usually random number). An API key identifies a particular client that consumes the API. A client can be a web-based application or a native client. An API key

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