[Barrelfish-users] 答复: About beehive supporting
troscoe at inf.ethz.ch
Tue Feb 21 12:53:54 CET 2012
There is code in the public repository version history which supports
Beehive (we used to run our regression tests on Beehive every night
until a few months ago), but I suspect the code will no longer work
since the rest of the OS has changed a bit in the meantime.
I suggest you coordinate with the Tsinghua folks using the
barrelfish-users list, which is the best place to ask questions about
Barrelfish in general. All the people who originally brought Barrelfish
up on Beehive (principally Richard Black at Microsoft) are on this list.
-- Timothy Roscoe
On 02/21/2012 12:47 PM, bill wrote:
> Dear Mothy,
> Thanks for replying.
> What do you mean by "the last code is still available"?
> As we know from the README file in barrelfish source tree(not the version released recently), the port to the Beehive architecture is in progress.
> we wonder the state of the port progress. Have you guys ever run barrelfish on Beehive successfully?
> If so, would you please give us some suggestion how to boot barrelfish on Beehive?
> If not, do we have to make great effort to finish the porting work?
> Thanks again!
> Best regards,
> Dear Bill,
> We have just been discussing this on the Barrelfish-users list (cc'ed).
> You might wish to coordinate with Zhang Youhui at Tsinghua who has
> expressed an interest in resurrecting the Beehive support in Barrelfish
> (we dropped it a few weeks ago due to lack of users, but the last code
> is still available).
> Best regards,
> -- Mothy
> On 02/20/2012 02:49 PM, bill wrote:
>> Hi Mothy,
>> We are going to do some work about multi-/many-core platform that are
>> configurable, and luckily we have the choice of beehive.
>> Now we have the XUPV5-LX110T FPGA evaluation board and also have some
>> experience of running barrelfish on Intel Xeon platform.
>> Before beginning our work, we wonder that if barrelfish was runnable on
>> beehive before the code for beehive is removed from the code tree recently?
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