Re: Vmware Server 2 and KVM....
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> > Uh.. are you mixing Xen and KVM now? > > I think KVM *always* requires the kernel module, aka CPU support for hardware virtualization. > > -- Pasi > You might be right... having trouble googling something... but I thought that kvm without -enable-kvm (or with -no-kvm) and with -kernel, -append and -initrd specified could be used for a paravirtualized guest .... However that might just be fully emulated on qemu which might or might not help rather than paravirtualization... My apologies if I err ^^ been a while since I had a system without available an vmx/svm interface on the CPU.... I know for a fact that libvirt doesn't support PV guests under KVM... virt-install (which uses libvirt) will refuse to try it etc. I'll test it later this week to satisfy my curiosity ;) James _______________________________________________ CentOS-virt mailing list CentOS-virt@xxxxxxxxxx http://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos-virt
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