Request the use of full virtualization, if both para & full virtualization are available on the host. This parameter may not be
available if connecting to a Xen hypervisor on a machine without hardware virtualization support. This parameter is implied if
connecting to a QEMU based hypervisor.
This guest should be a paravirtualized guest. If the host supports both para & full virtualization, and neither this parameter nor
the "--hvm" are specified, this will be assumed.
The hypervisor to install on. Example choices are kvm, qemu, xen, or kqemu. Availabile options are listed via ’virsh capabilities’
in the <domain> tags.
- Does this mean, that KVM can be used on hardware without AMD-V or VT? And if so, what argument should be used?
- If the hardware have AMD-V or VT, what argument should be used? -hvm or --paravirt ?
- Is it correct understood that, use --virt-type=kvm for RHEL, and --virt-type=qemu for Windows? If that's correct, when is kqemu used?
- Which is recommend for RHEL54 and RHEL55 guests?
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.5
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