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MirageOS is a library operating system that constructs unikernels for secure, high-performance network applications across a variety of cloud computing and mobile platforms. Code can be developed on a traditional OS such as Linux or MacOS X, and then compiled into a fully-standalone, specialised unikernel that runs under the Xen or KVM hypervisors as well as lightweight hypervisors like BSD's bhyve. Xen and KVM power many public clouds; MirageOS unikernels are currently running on Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud and Google Compute Engine, and maybe others!
This repository includes:
types/, a library of type signatures that compliant applications use.
There are several diverse backends in MirageOS that require rather specialised build steps (from Xen to KVM unikernels), and this complexity is wrapped up in the tool.
To work with
mirage, you'll need to either install prerequisites
locally or use the Docker image.
You will need the following:
There is a maintained Docker image at unikernel/mirage. You can also use the Dockerfile in this repository:
docker build -t mirage . docker run -v <your-source>:/src opam config exec -- mirage
There are two stages to using
xen, pass the raw filename rather than trying to infer the xenstore ID (#874, by @yomimono)
3.0.0) (#870 by @hannesm)
cohttp-mirage(#863 by @djs55) see [mirage/ocaml-cohttp#572]