[CentOS-virt] Silly question about KVM
Scot P. Floess
sfloess at nc.rr.com
Wed Mar 17 20:02:07 UTC 2010
Sure, I understand the support until 2014...was more thinking of moving to
6 and beyond...
On Wed, 17 Mar 2010, Pasi Kärkkäinen wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 17, 2010 at 09:42:34AM -0400, Scot P. Floess wrote:
>> I was wondering, if I do not have hardware that natively supports full
>> virtualization...and I choose to use KVM, will my VMs be running in some
>> form of chip emulation (and therefore terribly slow). To date, I've been
>> using Xen and am very comfortable with it. I have some fears that later
>> whenever Xen is dropped - I'll have to consider KVM.
> Xen is part of RHEL5. RHEL5 will be supported until 2014.
> So Xen will be supported in RHEL5 until 2014. Redhat has stated this many times.
>> Also, will Xen be carried forward should Xen be dropped from RHEL?
> RHEL6 will run as Xen guest/domU, even if RHEL6 won't have Xen dom0 support.
> Upstream Xen development is very active, so no worries there either.
> -- Pasi
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Scot P. Floess
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