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Re: [Xen-users] how to install Windows without hardware support

  • To: "suyash jape" <suyashjape@xxxxxxxxx>
  • From: "Artur Baruchi" <mail.baruchi@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 2 Oct 2007 21:58:20 -0300
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No... You cannot install windows in a non-VT hardware using Xen as your VMM.

With QEMU is possible, but u gonna have a lot of performance problem... =/

If you wanna virtualize your data center and dont have the VT tech,
you should use paravirtualization... remember that paravirtualization
has some advantages, like better IO.


On 10/2/07, suyash jape <suyashjape@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi all
> 1) Is installing Windows on non-VT hardware possible....in full
> virtualization mode.?
>   Its clear that windows cannot be installed in paravirtualized mode without
> VT hardware support. But can we install windows VMs in full virtualization
> mode ( like VMware or Qemu )  in Xen.
> What if someone cannot afford VT hardware and still wants to virtualize his
> data center with Xen.
> and is ready to take the performance hit , just for his Windows VMs.
> For this , do we have to use Qemu separately?
> Can we incoporate these emulated Windows VMs with the other Xen VMs(linux
> VMs ) for Xen VM management, considering only non -VT hardware.
> Thanks
>  Suyash
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