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Come and get the latest FPP Whitepaper: Configuring QoS Features with Intel* Flexible Port Partitioning I went back to see when I published the previous blog on Intel Flexible Port Partitioning (FPP).&n... Latest Flexible Port Partitioning Paper is now available. Learn about QoS and SR-IOV!Back Hi, Now I am doing test about sr-iov. I can setup vfs using 82576 and pass it to VMs with xen 3.2 and kernel 18 in CENTOS 5.4. However, when I change it to 82599, no VF appears any more. If I use "dmesg" to see what ... a problem with 82599 using SR-IOV in linuxBack Hello: I get stuck in here. Last time I post a disscussion about SR-IOV using of 82599 in XEN. I get reply from some of you, but I still failed to succeed in making it work. Now I... Back Hi, I am trying to test a board for virtualization with the 1G 82576 and 10G 82599 Ethernet controllers on board. The focus is purely to develop a test (like external loopback) to determine if all the virtual functi... SR-IOV drivers for 82576 and 82599Back I will be manning a booth at the Red Hat Summit next week in Boston. In this booth, I will be doing a live demonstration of Intel® SR-IOV in a Linux* OS to effectively and efficiently utilize a... Live SR-IOV Demo at Red Hat* Summit, Boston Booth #412Back So Intel has this new super-cool SR-IOV technology that allows you to directly assign multiple VMs to an Intel NIC based on the Intel® 82576 GbE Controller. But how, you may be wondering do you get it to wor... Setting up Red Hat 5.4 Xen for SR-IOV using the Intel 82576 GbEBack