Workbooks for Benchmarking

While working on a major re-factor of QEMU’s softfloat code I’ve been doing a lot of benchmarking. It can be quite tedious work as you need to be careful you’ve run the correct steps on the correct binaries and keeping notes is important. It is a task that cries out for scripting but that in …

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Running Linux in QEMU’s aarch64 system emulation mode

Since I started working on aarch64 support for QEMU the most frequently asked question I got was “when can I run aarch64 system emulation on QEMU?”. Well wait no more as support for a VIRT-IO based aarch64 board was recently merged into the master branch of QEMU. In this post I’ll talk about building QEMU, …

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