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Re: [Xen-users] XP HVM w/o VT/AMD-V?

On Tue, Jun 2, 2009 at 5:32 PM, Chris 'Xenon' Hanson
<xenon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> ÂBased on my current experience, I've been happier with Xen, and would like 
> to just
> switch all my virtualization to Xen. The Linux guest can probably be switched 
> to PV, but
> obviously the XP guest can't. Is there any tricks I can employ to accomplish 
> Xen
> virtualization of an HVM XP box without VT or AMD-V extensions? I'd really 
> love to
> eliminate VirtualBox from the mix, but I don't have the ability to move the 
> WinXP guest
> over to my new machine that has the VT extensions.

no tricks.  Xen's HVM is designed around VT/SVM capabilities

> ÂI guess I could maybe run QEMU or something just for this one XP HVM guest?

qemu with kqemu runs decently enough for light use.  kvm is a lot
better, but it also needs VT/SVM


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