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SubjectRe: [PATCH v2 0/3] Documentation: hyperv: Add basic info on Hyper-V enlightenments
On Mon, Jul 11, 2022 at 10:48:21AM -0700, Michael Kelley wrote:
> This documentation is a high level overview to explain the basics
> of Linux running as a guest on Hyper-V. The intent is to document
> the forest, not the trees. The Hyper-V Top Level Functional Spec
> provides conceptual material and API details for the core Hyper-V
> hypervisor, and this documentation provides additional info on
> how that functionality is applied to Linux. Also, there's no
> public documentation on VMbus or the VMbus synthetic devices, so
> this documentation helps fill that gap at a conceptual level. This
> documentation is not API-level documentation, which can be seen
> in the code and associated comments.
> More topics will be added in future patches, including:
> * Miscellaneous synthetic devices like KVP, timesync, VSS, etc.
> * Virtual PCI support
> * Isolated/Confidential VMs
> * UIO driver
> If you think I'm missing a topic that fits into the overall
> approach as described, feel free to suggest text, or let me
> know and I can add it to my list.
> Changes in v2:
> * Updated clocks.rst to use section hierarchy that matches
> overview.rst and vmbus.rst [Wei Liu]
> Michael Kelley (3):
> Documentation: hyperv: Add overview of Hyper-V enlightenments
> Documentation: hyperv: Add overview of VMbus
> Documentation: hyperv: Add overview of clocks and timers

Content-wise all patches look good to me.

Jonathan, let me know how you would like to handle this series. I'm
happy to carry them in hyperv-next.


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