Le lundi 22 juin 2009 11:04:17, Daniel P. Berrange a écrit : > > To enable network with qemu-kvm, we had to disable the acpi and add other > > options like -tdf, -localtime ... > Hmm, I would not expect BSD to need 'localtime' -... yes, sorry, locatime is not what I meant. The other mandatory option is "-no- kvm-pit". > You can turn off ACPI easily enough, by leaving out the '<acpi/>' flag in > the <features> section. > The -tdf flag isn't something we have support for. It is not in upstream > QEMU, only added in the KVM tree AFAIK, and is rather a hack. KVM should be > fixed to 'just work' by default either by fixing the bug that prevents BSD > working, or by making -tdf the global default. ACPI modification is done. But, the mandatory options "-tdf" and "-no-kvm-pit" cannot be add. And if you disable ACPI without these options the virtual machine freeze. I ask for a <netbsd/> flag in the <features> section for giving the good arguments to qemu-kvm. Libvirt is the frontend, so it have to adapt, isn't it ? > > Currently, I have not found the way to do it with libvirt (and I don't > > think it is possible with virt-manager). > > virt-manager doesn't tend to expose this fine level of control over > individual features. Instead we have an OS type dictionary giving the > defaults for these kind of things, particularly the acpi/localtime > settings. I can't remember off hand if there is a Net BSD 5.0 OS > type or not - if not file a bug against virt-manager asking for one > to be added. No, there isn't a "NetBSD 5.0" type, but, currently, it is useless because libvirt can't run NetBSD with kvm :(.
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