Could there be a "KVM" for OpenBSD? I have been wondering for a while if the
answer is an absolute no because it could never be trustworthy enough, not
likely to happen because of lack of interest, or somewhere in between.
On 04/05/2012, at 8:28 PM, Weldon Goree <weldon@...> wrote:
> On 05/04/12 06:12, Jes wrote:
>> Hi all:
>> I can't find kqemu between snapshots packages, ports, or even in 5.1
>> packages. I think I've read something about kqemu is deprecated in
>> newer versions of qemu (1.0.1) Is this correct? Because performance
>> without kqemu is horrible. Any solution?
> Yes, it was killed upstream since Linux now comes with its own hypervisor
> AFAIK OpenBSD currently does not have a working hypervisor since it also
can't be dom0 on xen until such time as xen stops randomly overwriting
register contents at unpredictable times.
> So, as of now, any virtualization will have to be of the plain qemu or bochs