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Jul
6
comment qemu command line management
+1, libvirt is the way to go
Jun
21
answered Is it possible to allocate slices of disk to a KVM storage pool?
May
26
comment In RHEV-M/oVirt, how do I find the VM associated with a particular MAC-address
I have verified it on RHEV 3.5, by copy/pasting the MAC of one of the VMs, using the exact syntax I provided. It worked just fine, returning the only VM that had that MAC. Actually, if you open a new question, describing the use case and what are you trying to achieve in the long run, maybe MACs will not be relevant, and I'll be able to provide a better solution overall
May
26
answered Is it possible to install RHEV on el6 clustered computer
May
26
answered No Raid feature in Redhat Hypervisor
May
26
answered vdsm service won't start
May
26
answered In RHEV-M/oVirt, how do I find the VM associated with a particular MAC-address
Apr
20
comment Virtualization on Intel Edison
Have you seen the specs on those things? That's the "why not". I'd stick to containers and if the dedicated distros don't support them, either push for support or get buy-in from other distros that do.
Apr
20
comment Virtualization on Intel Edison
But.... why? It makes much more sense to just buy more of those edisons. AFAIK that's the whole point of using those minimalistic devices.
Apr
6
comment Configure KVM/QEMU with TLS?
Why do you want TLS? Spice is an encrypted protocol with built in per channel encryption
Feb
21
comment Using of qemu-system-x86_64 with key -enable-kvm on VirtualBox
Just make sure whatever you choose supports nesting. Your hardware should also support it (IOMMU support)
Feb
21
comment Using of qemu-system-x86_64 with key -enable-kvm on VirtualBox
@mikeserv virtualbox.org/ticket/4032 no movement and none planned.
Feb
21
answered Using of qemu-system-x86_64 with key -enable-kvm on VirtualBox
Feb
1
comment Why Linux inside KVM gets busy after I put the host to suspend-to-ram?
All you get in reaction to the clock jump will be the CPU error you posted earlier. In any case, if there's a known bug, the folks in the qemu list will know
Feb
1
comment Why Linux inside KVM gets busy after I put the host to suspend-to-ram?
That sounds strange to me. Get into the code, or ask the developers on the qemu mailing list
Feb
1
comment Why Linux inside KVM gets busy after I put the host to suspend-to-ram?
Because the VM pauses, and unpausing means reading and remapping the entire memdump into RAM again.
Feb
1
comment Why Linux inside KVM gets busy after I put the host to suspend-to-ram?
Working with gigabytes of data takes time. You can't break the laws of physics. If you don't like it, don't suspend or hybernate your laptop.
Jan
31
answered Why Linux inside KVM gets busy after I put the host to suspend-to-ram?
Dec
7
answered Linux with VM Windows guests in kiosk mode
Oct
7
comment How to write shell script on VMDK to derive configuration
How is this related to kvm?