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Re: [Xen-users] paravirtualization or not ?

In your domU (guest VM), look for /sys/hypervisor/type and cat that file.  If it's a fully-virtualized machine, you probably won't see these files and the O/S probably doesn't know about the hypervisor.  If it's paravirtualized, these files should be there and you should see "xen" in the hypervisor type.


>>> On 2009/06/30 at 10:01, William <xen-mailinglist@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


I installed xen-hypervisor-3.2 on ubuntu hardy, I used xen-tools to
create VM and it works !
But how I know if my xen solution is using paravirtualization or
complete virtualization ??
Is it automatically or is there an option in configuration file ?

details about my dom0:
kernel : 2.6.24-24-xen
cpuinfo proc : Quad-Core AMD Opteron(tm) Processor 2382
cpuinfo flags : pae and svm


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