[CentOS-virt] state of lfarkas KVM repository + Centos KVM wiki
Lucas Timm LH
linuxhelper at gmail.com
Sat Apr 25 00:02:34 UTC 2009
I didn't read this thread untill here, but mr Levente Farkas, I just wanna
thank you by your LFarkas Repo! Last year (at october untill december) I use
it to do my experiments with KVM (to my Conclusion's Course Job) and it
helps me a lot. :)
2009/4/24 Farkas Levente <lfarkas at lfarkas.org>
> Rainer Traut wrote:
> > Am 24.04.2009 00:28, schrieb Farkas Levente:
> >> as i wrote to you this kmod rpm (as all other centos kmods) use
> >> weak-updates so the kernel version is not included in the version by
> >> desing. it's working with _all_ centos 5.x kernel.
> >> anyway i'll provide these rpms until centos-5.4 released and lets see
> >> what will be in 5.4 and then...
> >> anyway my current suggestion to use kvm-84.
> >> as i be able to put together a consistent build far in my end i'll try
> >> to provide i386 rpms too, but as i only use 64bit hosts i only compile
> > Thx for doing this. My F10 guest now has an uptime of 7 days and I
> > cannot see any problem neither in dmesg nor in other logfiles.
> > Ah one thing I forgot, I had to change the emulation of network card to
> > e1000 after installing F10 updates. But this may well have been a
> > NetworkManager problem - I disabled NM afterwards.
> no it was my patch since original centos kvm modules use e1000 by
> defualt i patch all version to use it. but i thinking about to go back
> to kvm's default rtl8169 in the next stable version (probably 86).
> Levente "Si vis pacem para bellum!"
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