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[Xen-users] HVM is must nescessry for xen?

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  • From: "HyunSung Jang" <hsjang@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2007 13:48:55 +0900
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i have server which does not support Intel VT or AMD Pacifica..
just for testing i installed CentOS 5 with kernel for dom0
and then i also installed centos 5 domU in this server.
i expect it will not work properly, but it works fine.
i checked many doc's in the internet,
every doc's said it is required VT support for install Xen.
Is VT support only need for Fully virtualiztion?
or is there any benifit if i use VT support machine for paravirtualization?
and one more question,
what actually "VT support" CPU do?
thanks for help..
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