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Amd AS4 Device Driver

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Amd AS4 Device Driver

For security reasons, the backend driver can verify if the frontend driver offers valid DMA Amd AS4 Device belonging to the specific domain in which it is running. This check makes sure that all later communication Amd AS4 Device of guest domains are within the valid address spaces. Event Handling: The most commonly used is the completion event. Event handlers are associated with CQs or QPs when they are created. An application can subscribe for event notification by writing a command to the UAR page.

But the device domain cannot directly give a callback on the event handlers in the guest domains.

To address this issue, we create a dedicated event channel between a frontend and Amd AS4 Device backend driver. The frontend driver binds an event dispatcher as a callback handler to one end of the event channel after the channel is created.

The event handlers given by the applications are associated to the CQs or QPs after they are successfully created. In InfiniBand, QP Amd AS4 Device functions are used for initiating communication. To detect completion of communication, CQ polling can be used. QP access and CQ polling functions are typically used in the critical path of communication.

Therefore, it is very important to optimize their performance by using VMM-bypass.

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Figure 7: When a frontend Amd AS4 Device is loaded, the backend driver allocates a UAR page and returns its page frame number machine address to the frontend. The frontend driver then remaps this page to its own address space so that it can directly access the UAR in the guest domain to serve requests from the kernel drivers. Amd AS4 Device

In the same way, when a user application starts, the frontend driver applies for a UAR page from Amd AS4 Device backend and remaps the page to the application's virtual memory address space, which can be later accessed directly from the user space. Since we also allocate UARs to user space applications in guest domains, the user level Amd AS4 Device library now keeps its OS-bypass feature. Figure 8: However, existing InfiniBand drivers and user-level libraries already include code for direct access and it can be reused without spending new development efforts.

MADs are sent and received just like normal InfiniBand communication, except that they must use two well-known queue-pairs: QP0 and QP1. Since there is only one set of such queue pairs in every HCA, their access must be virtualized for accessing from many different VMs, which means we must treat them differently than normal queue-pairs.

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However, since queue-pair accesses can be done directly in guest VMs in our VMM-bypass approach, it would be very difficult to track each queue-pair access and take different actions based on Amd AS4 Device it is a management queue-pair or a normal one. To address this difficulty, we use the idea of high-level virtualization.

This is based on the fact that although MAD is the basic mechanism for InfiniBand management, applications and kernel drivers seldom use it directly. Instead, different management tasks are achieved through more user-friendly and standard Amd AS4 Device sets which are implemented on top of MADs.


Therefore, instead of tracking each queue-pair access, we virtualize management functions at the API level by providing our own implementation for guest VMs. Most functions can be implemented in a similar manner as privileged InfiniBand operations, which typically includes sending a request to the backend driver, executing the Amd AS4 Device backendand getting a reply.

Since management functions are rarely in time-critical paths, the implementation will not bring any significant performance degradation.


However, it does require us to implement every function provided by all the different management interfaces. Fortunately, there are only a couple of such interfaces and the implementation effort is not significant. We also point out several limitations Amd AS4 Device our current prototype and how we can address them in future. Since all privileged accesses need to go through the backend module, access checks are implemented there to guarantee safety.

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