Once upon a time, Adam Williamson <awilliam(a)redhat.com> said:
On Tue, 2012-05-29 at 20:36 -0400, Jared K. Smith wrote:
> Yes, that's a possible culprit. I've had massive problems with VT-d
> enabled on both a Thinkpad T510 and on a Thinkpad X220. I don't
> pretend to understand what advantages VT-d is *supposed* to give me,
> but it's the first thing I turn off in the BIOS. In fact, on the
> T510, I couldn't even get an installation to complete without turning
> it off.
You need it to run as a KVM host with anything resembling speed.
Isn't VT-d only for VMs directly talking to the hardware, bypassing the
host? You can run VMs with decent speed using virtualized drivers
without VT-d (and unless you have storage controllers and network
interfaces dedicated to each VM, virtualized drivers is the only secure
Chris Adams <cmadams(a)hiwaay.net>
Systems and Network Administrator - HiWAAY Internet Services
I don't speak for anybody but myself - that's enough trouble.