Multiprocess QEMU: Breaking up is hard to do


QEMU is the backbone of virtualization on Linux, providing control plane and emulation services for guest VMs. One of the most common complaints about QEMU stems from its monolithic nature — one process that does both control and emulation exposes more “surface area” that we, in turn, have to protect from security vulnerabilities. Well perhaps no longer, as multi-process QEMU has now been accepted…
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