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KVM, QEMU, and kernel project management

KVM, QEMU, and kernel project management

Posted Mar 25, 2010 15:01 UTC (Thu) by alankila (guest, #47141)
In reply to: KVM, QEMU, and kernel project management by deater
Parent article: KVM, QEMU, and kernel project management

Well, as far as x86/x64 virtualization is concerned, QEMU in software mode
doesn't seem very compatible and is also very slow. So I'd say it's far more
useful with KVM than without.


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KVM, QEMU, and kernel project management

Posted Mar 26, 2010 22:01 UTC (Fri) by deater (subscriber, #11746) [Link]

Just because you have no use for a fast, cross-architecture dynamic binary translator that supports both user and full-system emulation, doesn't mean that the project is somehow dying or not useful. It's very disheartening as a Qemu developer seeing the project being dismissed as "dying" just because the latest buzzword is more in vogue. I currently have no use for KVM at all, yet I don't go around trashing it in public.


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