Re: [PATCH v3 21/49] i386/sev: Introduce "sev-common" type to encapsulate common SEV state

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Michael Roth <michael.roth@xxxxxxx> writes:

> Currently all SEV/SEV-ES functionality is managed through a single
> 'sev-guest' QOM type. With upcoming support for SEV-SNP, taking this
> same approach won't work well since some of the properties/state
> managed by 'sev-guest' is not applicable to SEV-SNP, which will instead
> rely on a new QOM type with its own set of properties/state.
> To prepare for this, this patch moves common state into an abstract
> 'sev-common' parent type to encapsulate properties/state that are
> common to both SEV/SEV-ES and SEV-SNP, leaving only SEV/SEV-ES-specific
> properties/state in the current 'sev-guest' type. This should not
> affect current behavior or command-line options.

QAPI schema refactoring except for the misleading "since" documentation
pointed out by Daniel
Acked-by: Markus Armbruster <armbru@xxxxxxxxxx>


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