After the Windows 10 Anniversary update I have problems with fatal blue screens.
I need primary Windows 10, but I need Linux at same time more and more often.
The original solution that worked well before the Anniversary update was VirtualBox (Win host, Linux guest), but when Win goes to blue screen, Linux is shut down too. (I already tried to reinstall Win, but Anniversary update was downloaded during installation from the year and half old flash disk.)
- HW access from Win (GPU CUDA)
- Shared disk space
- Dynamic resource allocation (CPU, RAM)
- "Easy" system switching
- Intel CPU with integrated GPU
- Nvidia GPU
- 32 GB of RAM (enough for 2 systems)
- 3 Physical disks (preferred as 1 for Win, 1 for Linux and 1 for Shared data space)
I know it must be possible, but is it possible without big overhead?
My current ideas are:
- Linux with KVM as host for Win.
- Linux use only Intel´s GPU and Win have full access to Nvidia.
- When needed switch to Linux by "key-combination" and dynamically move resources from Win to Host and "startx".
- When Linux no longer needed, reallocate resources back to Win.
- When only Linux needed, reallocate all resources to Host.
- Similar to the above, but host Linux will work only as host.
- When Linux needed, turn on second virtual machine with Linux and reallocate resources there.
- When only Linux needed, reallocate all resources to Linux virtual machine.
What do you think about my ideas, which one is better? Can it work as I expect?
If you have better option for me, please post.