[PVE-User] Can Windows be run in VM mode?

Daniil M. Baturin daniil at baturin.org
Fri Jul 22 21:14:06 CEST 2011

Hi Bruce,
You mean OpenVZ? No, of course not. OpenVZ can run only linux guests 
(since it shares the kernel of host machine with guests). To run other 
operating systems or linux guests with their own kernel you need full 
virtualization which is provided by KVM.

On 07/23/2011 01:51 AM, Bruce B wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> Dumb question but can Windows be run in VM mode rather than KVM? I am 
> trying to save on the CPU and RAM resources.
> Thanks
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