[PVE-User] Does KVM(in proxmox) supports 'UltraSPARC T2 Plus' hardware virtualization extensions?

Luca Fornasari luca.fornasari at gmail.com
Tue May 7 11:19:56 CEST 2013

On Mon, May 6, 2013 at 10:00 PM, Alain Péan <alain.pean at lpn.cnrs.fr> wrote:

>  Le 06/05/2013 17:28, Luca Fornasari a écrit :
> To answer your question I belive the best virtualization technology you
> can use is KVM/Qemu but doing this with PVE can be an hard task.
> At this point I'd go for libvirt/kvm on Wheezy (just released yesterday).
> I don't see where it is hard to use KVM/Qemu with PVE. I am using
> exclusively KVM on PVE and the web management interface make it very easy.
> With the bare metal install, all you need for that is installed and
> configured at once.
> If you want to use libvirt/kvm, you better have to do it wirh RHEL, or at
> least CentOS, but it will not provides for example a cluster from scratch
> to manage your nodes.
> For that, you would have to use for example ovirt (clone of RHEVM) but it
> is not available directly in CentOS (and much more complex)...

Hi Alain,

the original poster is planning to use UltraSPARC CPUs; so no RedHat/CentOS!
At this point he should go for a Proxmox PVE with a kernel from Debian ...
I'd have fun doing such a setup but I cannot say it is good for a
production (stable) env.

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