Re: kvm

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On 1/21/11, iarly selbir <[email protected]> wrote:
> - check if you processor supports virtualization
> # egrep 'vmxx|svm' /proc/cpuinfo  -i 1>&2> /dev/null && echo 'virtualization
> support avaiable' || echo 'support unavailable'

I assume you meant 'vmx', not 'vmxx'

> - installation
> # yum install @kvm
> the command to manage the guests is virsh, virt-install to install new
> guests,  and others virt-*, also I advice you look libguestfs.

There's (or at least there used to be) also plain old qemu.

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