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RunX
Stefano Stabellini, Xilinx
Bruce Ashfield, Xilinx
Rob Woolley, WindRiver
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Introducing RunX
 https://github.com/lf-edge/runx
 A new OCI-compatible containers runtime to start containers as Xen VMs
 Written for Embedded
 Very simple
 Minimal overhead
 Real-Time support
 Accelerators support
 Secure by Default
 New project started under the Linux Foundation Edge (LF-Edge) umbrella
 Early collaborationwith Zededa
 Permissive license (Apache v2)
 Open to contributions from the start
 All developmentusing a public mailing list: https://lists.lfedge.org/g/eve-runx
2
RunX
Linux
Container
xl create
Container
1
2
Container Orchestration Framework
(e.g. Kubernetes)
Xen
ramdisk
kernel
VM
containerd
containerd “shim”
Introducing RunX
3
RunX: implementation choices
 Easy to Build: minimal build dependencies
 gcc,make, go
 cross-compiles
 no Xen dependecyat build-time
 Easy to Run: minimal runtime dependencies
 (in addition to Xen,) bash, jq, socat, daemonize
 no ties betweenXen and RunX versions
4
RunX: implementation choices
 No in-guest agents: minimal runtime overhead
 Provides a minimal Linux kernel and Busybox-based ramdiskfor booting regular containers as VMs
 Pristine container environment
 Tiny Micro-VMs optimized for embedded
 A minimal environment
 No device emulation
 No in-guest firmware or bootloaders
 OCI Runtime Spec compliant
 Developedtogetherwith ContainerD
 Should work with any container engines
5
RunX (Cross)Build
Cross-build requirements:
 cross-compilationtoolchain
 e.g. Linaro: https://releases.linaro.org/components/toolchain/binaries/latest-7/aarch64-linux-gnu
 golang compiler (soon to be removed)
 distro golang package works
$ export ARCH=aarch64
$ export GOROOT=/usr/lib/go-1.10
$ export CROSS_COMPILE=/path/to/aarch64-linux-gnu-
$ ./build.sh
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RunX Runtime
Copy runX and /usr/share/runX to target
Enable it in containerd’s config.toml, containerd <= 1.2.9:
containerd >= 1.4.0:
[plugins.linux]
runtime="/usr/sbin/runX"
ctr run --runc-binary=/usr/sbin/runX ...
7
Yocto + RunX
Why use Yocto / OE to build / deploy RunX ?
 Leverage the Yocto / OE core values
 configurability, licence management, cross build, fine grained image composition, performance tuning, etc.
 Transition path from development to production
 Active community and integration with BSPs (e.g. xilinx, rpi)
 Multiconfig builds
 Build host + guests + containers + firmware in a single platform
The build of RunX within Yocto is an integration
 Development and build directly with upstream projects is always possible
8
RunX: oe-core + BSP + meta-virtualization
Layers define the platform and software stack possibilities
 Distro, configuration, package recipes and image recipes: customize and specify the details
For RunX:
 oe-core: base support
 toolchain, base packages, image construction, etc
 meta-virtualization: container runtimes + support
 RunX, Xen and supporting components (containerd, cni, ...)
 Xen host reference image recipe, dom0
 u-boot, initrd and image build
 BSP layers provide hardware support
 Kernel, bootloader, firmware, tightly coupled userspace packages
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Yocto + RunX: simplified build steps (xilinx-zcu102)
Use master branches (there are no stable/released variants yet)
$ git clone -b master http://git.yoctoproject.org/git/poky
$ git clone -b master http://git.openembedded.org/meta-openembedded
$ git clone -b master https://git.yoctoproject.org/git/meta-virtualization
$ git clone -b master https://github.com/Xilinx/meta-xilinx.git
$ . ./oe-init-build-env zcu102-zynqmp
$ bitbake-layers add-layer $(readlink -f $PWD/../meta-openembedded/meta-oe)
$ bitbake-layers add-layer $(readlink -f $PWD/../meta-openembedded/meta-filesystems)
$ bitbake-layers add-layer $(readlink -f $PWD/../meta-openembedded/meta-python)
$ bitbake-layers add-layer $(readlink -f $PWD/../meta-openembedded/meta-networking)
$ bitbake-layers add-layer $(readlink -f $PWD/../meta-virtualization)
$ bitbake-layers add-layer $(readlink -f $PWD/../meta-xilinx/meta-xilinx-bsp)
$ bitbake-layers add-layer $(readlink -f $PWD/../meta-xilinx/meta-xilinx-contrib)
$ bitbake-layers add-layer $(readlink -f $PWD/../meta-xilinx/meta-xilinx-standalone)
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Yocto + RunX: Simplified setup
Local build setup (will eventually be in a xen distro config)
$ cat <<EOF >> conf/local.conf
MACHINE ??= "zcu102-zynqmp"
DISTRO = "poky"
BBMULTICONFIG ?= "pmu"
do_image[mcdepends] = "multiconfig::pmu:pmu-firmware:do_deploy"
IMAGE_FSTYPES += "tar.gz cpio.gz.u-boot jffs2"
DISTRO_FEATURES_append=" xen virtualization vmsep"
IMAGE_INSTALL_append = " busybox xen-tools zlib-dev runx"
IMAGE_INSTALL_append += " virtual/containerd virtual/runc"
ASSUME_PROVIDED += "iasl-native"
PACKAGECONFIG_remove_pn-xen += " sdl"
PREFERRED_PROVIDER_qemu-native = "xilinx-qemu-native"
PREFERRED_PROVIDER_nativesdk-qemu = "nativesdk-qemu-xilinx"
BUILDHISTORY_FEATURES ?= "image package sdk"
QB_DEFAULT_KERNEL="none"
QB_MEM = "-m 4096"
EOF
$ cat << EOF > conf/multiconfig/pmu.conf
MACHINE="microblaze-pmu"
DISTRO="xilinx-standalone"
TMPDIR="${TOPDIR}/pmutmp"
EOF
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Yocto + RunX: build steps
Note: upstream submission and merging is in progress
# download and extract pmu files (optional: only if not using multiconfig):
# Download: https://www.xilinx.com/member/forms/download/xef.html?filename=xilinx-zcu102-v2020.1-final.bsp&akdm=1
$ tar -O -xf xilinx-zcu102-v2020.1-final.bsp xilinx-zcu102-2020.1/pre-built/linux/images/pmu_rom_qemu_sha3.elf >
pmu-rom.elf
$ tar -O -xf xilinx-zcu102-v2020.1-final.bsp xilinx-zcu102-2020.1/pre-built/linux/images/pmufw.elf > pmufw.elf
$ tar -O -xf xilinx-zcu102-v2020.1-final.bsp xilinx-zcu102-2020.1/pre-built/linux/images/system.dtb > system.dtb
# copy files to deploy dir:
$ cp pmufw.elf build/tmp/deploy/images/zcu102-zynqmp/pmu-zcu102-zynqmp.bin
$ cp pmufw.elf build/tmp/deploy/images/zcu102-zynqmp/pmu-zcu102-zynqmp.elf
$ cp pmu-rom.elf $BUILDDIR/tmp/deploy/images/zcu102-zynqmp/pmu-rom.elf
$ cp system.dtb $BUILDDIR/tmp/deploy/images/zcu102-zynqmp/system.dtb
# build the image(s)
$ bitbake core-image-minimal
$ bitbake xen-image-minimal
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Yocto + RunX: build artifacts
Outputs: build/tmp/deploy/images/$machine
 Deploy directory is setup as tftp target on boot via runqemu by default
% xen-image-minimal*
76M Oct 12 21:06 xen-image-minimal-zcu102-zynqmp-20201013040413.rootfs.cpio.gz.u-boot
76M Oct 12 21:06 xen-image-minimal-zcu102-zynqmp-20201013040413.rootfs.tar.gz
722M Oct 12 21:06 xen-image-minimal-zcu102-zynqmp-20201013040413.rootfs.wic.qemu-sd
101M Oct 12 21:09 xen-image-minimal-zcu102-zynqmp-20201013040921.rootfs.jffs2
% Image*
17M Sep 18 07:45 Image--5.4+git0+22b71b4162-r0-zcu102-zynqmp-20200918143300.bin
56M Sep 16 14:16 image.ub
% u-boot*
878K Sep 16 12:41 u-boot-zcu102-zynqmp-v2020.01-xilinx-v2020.1+gitAUTOINC+86c84c0d0f-r0.bin
942K Sep 16 12:41 u-boot-zcu102-zynqmp-v2020.01-xilinx-v2020.1+gitAUTOINC+86c84c0d0f-r0.elf
13
Yocto + RunX: launch
Some on target configuration/interaction is required (automated in the future)
qemu example build (h/w boot differs)
# core-image-minimal as a sanity test. Works out of deployed artifacts by default:
$ runqemu core-image-minimal slirp nographic
# xen-minimal: requires manual u-boot config, or boot.scr support from image builder
(https://gitlab.com/ViryaOS/imagebuilder)
$ runqemu xen-image-minimal nographic slirp
14
Yocto + RunX: runtime steps
u-boot prompt (or automatically): load and exec boot configuration
% cat boot.source
tftpb 0x80000 Image;
tftpb 0x1280000 zynqmp-zcu102-rev1.0.dtb; tftpb 0x1400000 xen.ub; tftpb 0x9000000 xen-image-minimal-zcu102-zynqmp.cpio.gz.u-boot
fdt addr 0x1280000 ; fdt resize ; fdt set /chosen #address-cells <1> ; fdt set /chosen #size-cells <1>
fdt set /chosen xen,xen-bootargs "console=dtuart dtuart=serial0 dom0_mem=1G"
fdt mknod /chosen module@0 ; fdt set /chosen/module@0 compatible "xen,linux-zimage" "xen,multiboot-module"
fdt set /chosen/module@0 reg <0x80000 0x109aa00> ; fdt set /chosen/module@0 bootargs "root=/dev/ram earlyprintk=serial,ttyPS0
console=ttyPS0,115200n8 earlycon=xenboot clk_ignore_unused"
fdt mknod /chosen module@1 ; fdt set /chosen/module@1 compatible "xen,linux-initrd" "xen,multiboot-module"
fdt set /chosen/module@1 reg <0x9000000 0x241a84d>
bootm 0x1400000 0x9000000 0x1280000
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RunX
Linux
Container
xl create
Container
1
2
Container Orchestration Framework
(e.g. Kubernetes)
Xen
ramdisk
kernel
VM
containerd
containerd “shim”
RunX: Traditional Containers
16
RunX
Linux
Container
xl create
Tarball w/ kernel,
ramdisk, & rootfs
1
2
Container Orchestration Framework
(e.g. Kubernetes)
OCI Image Spec Extensions:
- KERNEL
- RAMDISK
Xen
Provided ramdisk
Provided kernel
VM
containerd
containerd “shim”
RunX: Containers with a Kernel
17
RunX
Linux
RTOS
xl create
RTOS packaged
as a container
1
2
Container Orchestration Framework
(e.g. Kubernetes)
Xen
VM
containerd
containerd “shim”
RunX: Baremetal and RTOS Containers
18
RunX: Containers with a Kernel
 Support containers that come with their own Kernel and/or Ramdisk
 a specific versionof the Linux kernel
 a specific kernel configuration
 LinuxRT
 Non-Linux OSes
 RTOSes
 Baremetal applications
 VxWorks
 Kernel and Ramdisk are advertised using new OCI Image flags
 TBD; currently Implemented using Environmental Variables
 RUNX_KERNEL
 RUNX_RAMDISK
 Workwith CNCF to standardize the new labels
19
containerd
RunX
+ extra args
Linux
Container
Tarball w/ kernel,
ramdisk, & rootfs
Container Orchestration Framework
(e.g. Kubernetes)
Xen
Provided ramdisk
Provided kernel
VM
Heterogeneous
HW Resource
containerd “shim”
xl create
2
1
RunX: Device Assignment
20
Device Assignment
 Device Assignment support via XLCONF
 Appends configurationoptions to the xl config file
 It can be used for anything from device assignmentto changing vcpus and memory configurations
 It can be used to set real-time configurations
 It is set by the user/admin (not by the container)
21
containerd
RunX
[extra args] or
config.json
Linux
Container
Tarball w/ kernel,
ramdisk, & rootfs
1
2
Container Orchestration Framework
(e.g. Kubernetes)
OCI Image Spec Extensions:
- RESOURCE = DEVICE_DATA
- KERNEL
- RAMDISK
Xen
Provided ramdisk
Provided kernel
VM
Device Config
Heterogeneous
HW Resource
containerd “shim”
Vision: Accelerators & FPGAs
22
Vision: Accelerators & FPGAs
1. Containers come with their own accelerator's binaries and data
 FPGAbitstreams
 Co-ProcessorKernels
 AIE Kernels
2. ContainerD calls to a service to program the accelerators
3. RunX assigns the accelerator's resources to the VM
23
Demo
24
containerd
RunX
Linux
VxWorks
Xen
VM
containerd “shim”
xl create
2
1
RunX / VxWorks Demo
Deploy VxWorks as a container with RunX
25
containerd
RunX
+ extra args
Linux
Baremetal
Xen
VM
TTC Timer
containerd “shim”
xl create
2
RunX Device Assignment Demo
Baremetal Container with access to the physical TTC timer
1
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RunX ELCE 2020

  • 1. RunX Stefano Stabellini, Xilinx Bruce Ashfield, Xilinx Rob Woolley, WindRiver 1
  • 2. Introducing RunX  https://github.com/lf-edge/runx  A new OCI-compatible containers runtime to start containers as Xen VMs  Written for Embedded  Very simple  Minimal overhead  Real-Time support  Accelerators support  Secure by Default  New project started under the Linux Foundation Edge (LF-Edge) umbrella  Early collaborationwith Zededa  Permissive license (Apache v2)  Open to contributions from the start  All developmentusing a public mailing list: https://lists.lfedge.org/g/eve-runx 2
  • 3. RunX Linux Container xl create Container 1 2 Container Orchestration Framework (e.g. Kubernetes) Xen ramdisk kernel VM containerd containerd “shim” Introducing RunX 3
  • 4. RunX: implementation choices  Easy to Build: minimal build dependencies  gcc,make, go  cross-compiles  no Xen dependecyat build-time  Easy to Run: minimal runtime dependencies  (in addition to Xen,) bash, jq, socat, daemonize  no ties betweenXen and RunX versions 4
  • 5. RunX: implementation choices  No in-guest agents: minimal runtime overhead  Provides a minimal Linux kernel and Busybox-based ramdiskfor booting regular containers as VMs  Pristine container environment  Tiny Micro-VMs optimized for embedded  A minimal environment  No device emulation  No in-guest firmware or bootloaders  OCI Runtime Spec compliant  Developedtogetherwith ContainerD  Should work with any container engines 5
  • 6. RunX (Cross)Build Cross-build requirements:  cross-compilationtoolchain  e.g. Linaro: https://releases.linaro.org/components/toolchain/binaries/latest-7/aarch64-linux-gnu  golang compiler (soon to be removed)  distro golang package works $ export ARCH=aarch64 $ export GOROOT=/usr/lib/go-1.10 $ export CROSS_COMPILE=/path/to/aarch64-linux-gnu- $ ./build.sh 6
  • 7. RunX Runtime Copy runX and /usr/share/runX to target Enable it in containerd’s config.toml, containerd <= 1.2.9: containerd >= 1.4.0: [plugins.linux] runtime="/usr/sbin/runX" ctr run --runc-binary=/usr/sbin/runX ... 7
  • 8. Yocto + RunX Why use Yocto / OE to build / deploy RunX ?  Leverage the Yocto / OE core values  configurability, licence management, cross build, fine grained image composition, performance tuning, etc.  Transition path from development to production  Active community and integration with BSPs (e.g. xilinx, rpi)  Multiconfig builds  Build host + guests + containers + firmware in a single platform The build of RunX within Yocto is an integration  Development and build directly with upstream projects is always possible 8
  • 9. RunX: oe-core + BSP + meta-virtualization Layers define the platform and software stack possibilities  Distro, configuration, package recipes and image recipes: customize and specify the details For RunX:  oe-core: base support  toolchain, base packages, image construction, etc  meta-virtualization: container runtimes + support  RunX, Xen and supporting components (containerd, cni, ...)  Xen host reference image recipe, dom0  u-boot, initrd and image build  BSP layers provide hardware support  Kernel, bootloader, firmware, tightly coupled userspace packages 9
  • 10. Yocto + RunX: simplified build steps (xilinx-zcu102) Use master branches (there are no stable/released variants yet) $ git clone -b master http://git.yoctoproject.org/git/poky $ git clone -b master http://git.openembedded.org/meta-openembedded $ git clone -b master https://git.yoctoproject.org/git/meta-virtualization $ git clone -b master https://github.com/Xilinx/meta-xilinx.git $ . ./oe-init-build-env zcu102-zynqmp $ bitbake-layers add-layer $(readlink -f $PWD/../meta-openembedded/meta-oe) $ bitbake-layers add-layer $(readlink -f $PWD/../meta-openembedded/meta-filesystems) $ bitbake-layers add-layer $(readlink -f $PWD/../meta-openembedded/meta-python) $ bitbake-layers add-layer $(readlink -f $PWD/../meta-openembedded/meta-networking) $ bitbake-layers add-layer $(readlink -f $PWD/../meta-virtualization) $ bitbake-layers add-layer $(readlink -f $PWD/../meta-xilinx/meta-xilinx-bsp) $ bitbake-layers add-layer $(readlink -f $PWD/../meta-xilinx/meta-xilinx-contrib) $ bitbake-layers add-layer $(readlink -f $PWD/../meta-xilinx/meta-xilinx-standalone) 10
  • 11. Yocto + RunX: Simplified setup Local build setup (will eventually be in a xen distro config) $ cat <<EOF >> conf/local.conf MACHINE ??= "zcu102-zynqmp" DISTRO = "poky" BBMULTICONFIG ?= "pmu" do_image[mcdepends] = "multiconfig::pmu:pmu-firmware:do_deploy" IMAGE_FSTYPES += "tar.gz cpio.gz.u-boot jffs2" DISTRO_FEATURES_append=" xen virtualization vmsep" IMAGE_INSTALL_append = " busybox xen-tools zlib-dev runx" IMAGE_INSTALL_append += " virtual/containerd virtual/runc" ASSUME_PROVIDED += "iasl-native" PACKAGECONFIG_remove_pn-xen += " sdl" PREFERRED_PROVIDER_qemu-native = "xilinx-qemu-native" PREFERRED_PROVIDER_nativesdk-qemu = "nativesdk-qemu-xilinx" BUILDHISTORY_FEATURES ?= "image package sdk" QB_DEFAULT_KERNEL="none" QB_MEM = "-m 4096" EOF $ cat << EOF > conf/multiconfig/pmu.conf MACHINE="microblaze-pmu" DISTRO="xilinx-standalone" TMPDIR="${TOPDIR}/pmutmp" EOF 11
  • 12. Yocto + RunX: build steps Note: upstream submission and merging is in progress # download and extract pmu files (optional: only if not using multiconfig): # Download: https://www.xilinx.com/member/forms/download/xef.html?filename=xilinx-zcu102-v2020.1-final.bsp&akdm=1 $ tar -O -xf xilinx-zcu102-v2020.1-final.bsp xilinx-zcu102-2020.1/pre-built/linux/images/pmu_rom_qemu_sha3.elf > pmu-rom.elf $ tar -O -xf xilinx-zcu102-v2020.1-final.bsp xilinx-zcu102-2020.1/pre-built/linux/images/pmufw.elf > pmufw.elf $ tar -O -xf xilinx-zcu102-v2020.1-final.bsp xilinx-zcu102-2020.1/pre-built/linux/images/system.dtb > system.dtb # copy files to deploy dir: $ cp pmufw.elf build/tmp/deploy/images/zcu102-zynqmp/pmu-zcu102-zynqmp.bin $ cp pmufw.elf build/tmp/deploy/images/zcu102-zynqmp/pmu-zcu102-zynqmp.elf $ cp pmu-rom.elf $BUILDDIR/tmp/deploy/images/zcu102-zynqmp/pmu-rom.elf $ cp system.dtb $BUILDDIR/tmp/deploy/images/zcu102-zynqmp/system.dtb # build the image(s) $ bitbake core-image-minimal $ bitbake xen-image-minimal 12
  • 13. Yocto + RunX: build artifacts Outputs: build/tmp/deploy/images/$machine  Deploy directory is setup as tftp target on boot via runqemu by default % xen-image-minimal* 76M Oct 12 21:06 xen-image-minimal-zcu102-zynqmp-20201013040413.rootfs.cpio.gz.u-boot 76M Oct 12 21:06 xen-image-minimal-zcu102-zynqmp-20201013040413.rootfs.tar.gz 722M Oct 12 21:06 xen-image-minimal-zcu102-zynqmp-20201013040413.rootfs.wic.qemu-sd 101M Oct 12 21:09 xen-image-minimal-zcu102-zynqmp-20201013040921.rootfs.jffs2 % Image* 17M Sep 18 07:45 Image--5.4+git0+22b71b4162-r0-zcu102-zynqmp-20200918143300.bin 56M Sep 16 14:16 image.ub % u-boot* 878K Sep 16 12:41 u-boot-zcu102-zynqmp-v2020.01-xilinx-v2020.1+gitAUTOINC+86c84c0d0f-r0.bin 942K Sep 16 12:41 u-boot-zcu102-zynqmp-v2020.01-xilinx-v2020.1+gitAUTOINC+86c84c0d0f-r0.elf 13
  • 14. Yocto + RunX: launch Some on target configuration/interaction is required (automated in the future) qemu example build (h/w boot differs) # core-image-minimal as a sanity test. Works out of deployed artifacts by default: $ runqemu core-image-minimal slirp nographic # xen-minimal: requires manual u-boot config, or boot.scr support from image builder (https://gitlab.com/ViryaOS/imagebuilder) $ runqemu xen-image-minimal nographic slirp 14
  • 15. Yocto + RunX: runtime steps u-boot prompt (or automatically): load and exec boot configuration % cat boot.source tftpb 0x80000 Image; tftpb 0x1280000 zynqmp-zcu102-rev1.0.dtb; tftpb 0x1400000 xen.ub; tftpb 0x9000000 xen-image-minimal-zcu102-zynqmp.cpio.gz.u-boot fdt addr 0x1280000 ; fdt resize ; fdt set /chosen #address-cells <1> ; fdt set /chosen #size-cells <1> fdt set /chosen xen,xen-bootargs "console=dtuart dtuart=serial0 dom0_mem=1G" fdt mknod /chosen module@0 ; fdt set /chosen/module@0 compatible "xen,linux-zimage" "xen,multiboot-module" fdt set /chosen/module@0 reg <0x80000 0x109aa00> ; fdt set /chosen/module@0 bootargs "root=/dev/ram earlyprintk=serial,ttyPS0 console=ttyPS0,115200n8 earlycon=xenboot clk_ignore_unused" fdt mknod /chosen module@1 ; fdt set /chosen/module@1 compatible "xen,linux-initrd" "xen,multiboot-module" fdt set /chosen/module@1 reg <0x9000000 0x241a84d> bootm 0x1400000 0x9000000 0x1280000 15
  • 16. RunX Linux Container xl create Container 1 2 Container Orchestration Framework (e.g. Kubernetes) Xen ramdisk kernel VM containerd containerd “shim” RunX: Traditional Containers 16
  • 17. RunX Linux Container xl create Tarball w/ kernel, ramdisk, & rootfs 1 2 Container Orchestration Framework (e.g. Kubernetes) OCI Image Spec Extensions: - KERNEL - RAMDISK Xen Provided ramdisk Provided kernel VM containerd containerd “shim” RunX: Containers with a Kernel 17
  • 18. RunX Linux RTOS xl create RTOS packaged as a container 1 2 Container Orchestration Framework (e.g. Kubernetes) Xen VM containerd containerd “shim” RunX: Baremetal and RTOS Containers 18
  • 19. RunX: Containers with a Kernel  Support containers that come with their own Kernel and/or Ramdisk  a specific versionof the Linux kernel  a specific kernel configuration  LinuxRT  Non-Linux OSes  RTOSes  Baremetal applications  VxWorks  Kernel and Ramdisk are advertised using new OCI Image flags  TBD; currently Implemented using Environmental Variables  RUNX_KERNEL  RUNX_RAMDISK  Workwith CNCF to standardize the new labels 19
  • 20. containerd RunX + extra args Linux Container Tarball w/ kernel, ramdisk, & rootfs Container Orchestration Framework (e.g. Kubernetes) Xen Provided ramdisk Provided kernel VM Heterogeneous HW Resource containerd “shim” xl create 2 1 RunX: Device Assignment 20
  • 21. Device Assignment  Device Assignment support via XLCONF  Appends configurationoptions to the xl config file  It can be used for anything from device assignmentto changing vcpus and memory configurations  It can be used to set real-time configurations  It is set by the user/admin (not by the container) 21
  • 22. containerd RunX [extra args] or config.json Linux Container Tarball w/ kernel, ramdisk, & rootfs 1 2 Container Orchestration Framework (e.g. Kubernetes) OCI Image Spec Extensions: - RESOURCE = DEVICE_DATA - KERNEL - RAMDISK Xen Provided ramdisk Provided kernel VM Device Config Heterogeneous HW Resource containerd “shim” Vision: Accelerators & FPGAs 22
  • 23. Vision: Accelerators & FPGAs 1. Containers come with their own accelerator's binaries and data  FPGAbitstreams  Co-ProcessorKernels  AIE Kernels 2. ContainerD calls to a service to program the accelerators 3. RunX assigns the accelerator's resources to the VM 23
  • 25. containerd RunX Linux VxWorks Xen VM containerd “shim” xl create 2 1 RunX / VxWorks Demo Deploy VxWorks as a container with RunX 25
  • 26. containerd RunX + extra args Linux Baremetal Xen VM TTC Timer containerd “shim” xl create 2 RunX Device Assignment Demo Baremetal Container with access to the physical TTC timer 1 26