[CentOS-virt] vTPM manager for Xen

Wed Sep 24 07:13:19 UTC 2014
Jordan <yordan.kostov at tracksystem.info>

                Those 2 other files give some other perspective of the
things. Thanks.

                What I cannot find is the following:


Compiling the Xen tree:



Compile and install the Xen tree as usual; be sure that the vTPM domains are

enabled when you run configure.


                I use the Citrix XEN 6.2 + measurement boot addon and I
don't have the vtpm manager installed on it. I don't know how do I enable
vTPM domains at this point.

                I am not sure where to look for the mini os for xen , I
found this https://github.com/mirage/xen/blob/master/stubdom/vtpm/ which I
think is the correct mini os + vtpm stubdomain.


                So what I don't understand is how to install/enable vtpm
manager on the citrix xen dom0?

Best regards,




-----Original Message-----
From: centos-virt-bounces at centos.org [mailto:centos-virt-bounces at centos.org]
On Behalf Of R P Herrold
Sent: Tuesday, September 23, 2014 4:37 PM
To: Discussion about the virtualization on CentOS
Subject: [CentOS-virt] vTPM manager for Xen


On Tue, 23 Sep 2014, Jordan wrote:


>  <http://xenbits.xen.org/docs/unstable/misc/vtpm.txt>


>                 What I cannot find is the vTPM manager that 

> distributes vTpms to domains.


The other places to read are: 

                1. the primary site at Berlios

                                (this has of course gone dark)


                                I am not immediately sure  where an external

                                replacement now has moved to, but I have a 

                                mirror of that code about


                2. the other two pieces of doco at the Xen site:






The flow of data is well described.  What question is not clear from those


The final v 2 spec for tpm has recently been released, although 1.2 is still
in deployment.  see the TPM site




-- Russ herrold


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