[PVE-User] Does KVM(in proxmox) supports 'UltraSPARC T2 Plus' hardware virtualization extensions?
luca.fornasari at gmail.com
Mon May 6 17:28:42 CEST 2013
Red Hat sources are publicly available and I suppose Proxmox just grab the
sources of the kernel (and a few other packages) and recompile them. Indeed
when you "upgrade" a fresh minimal squeeze installation you add Proxmox
servers in the sources list; and if you just watch at the download phase
you will see a few packages from proxmox.com
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).
On Mon, May 6, 2013 at 5:17 PM, Patryk Benderz <Patryk.Benderz at esp.pl>wrote:
> Dnia 2013-05-06, pon o godzinie 15:58 +0200, Luca Fornasari pisze:
> > Hi Patryk,
> thanks for quick answer
> > PVE runs on top of Debian using a different Linux kernel (in short is
> > the one from Red Hat).
> uhm, are you sure? AFAIK Debian compiles it's kernels from
> source adding it's modifications. Maybe you confused it with CentOS?
> Never mind...
> > Now if I remember right Debian supports UltraSPARC
> True - it supports SPARCs from the very beginning
> > 1) install Debian on the host
> > 2) "upgrade" to PVE soon after
> That is true, but I am already past this considerations. I know I
> install Debian on SPARC and upgrade to PVE. To clarify, my question
> concerns this part, when I install guest machines.
> So essentially my question should be: Which virtualization
> (KVM/Qemu/OpenVZ/other?) available in PVE gives me chance to utilize
> SPARC's hardware virtualization extensions?
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