[et-mgmt-tools] when and how to modify xen paravirtualized guest os kernel after install it by virt-manager?
mdehaan at redhat.com
Fri Jun 29 14:58:43 UTC 2007
> Michael DeHaan 写道:
>> youhongyu wrote:
>>> hi all,
>>> it is said that paravirtualized virtual machine need a modified
>>> kernel, isn't this true?
>>> i install fc7 as a guest os by virtual-manager in xen mode, but no
>>> where have noticed me to do any modification with guest os kernel, why?
>>> thank to all
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>> Basically you just need to "yum install kernel-xen" as opposed to
>> "kernel" and verify that the Xen kernel option is selected in grub
>> when you boot.
>> It sounds like you are already running the Xen kernel, so you're good
>> to go.
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> You mean that only the host kernel need to be modified, and the guest
> os kernel need NOT to be modified? when with or without vt support?
> Thank you!
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Both the host and guest have to use "kernel-xen" to have paravirtualized
For full virt, only the host needs the xen kernel.
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