Paravirtualization is a virtualization technique in which the kernel of the guest OS 'cooperates' with the hypervisor in providing low-level hardware-related functions, instead of relying on slower and much more complex emulation. This requires a modified kernel of the guest OS.
I am working on a VM that was set up for me in a public cloud. It's running under the Xen hypervisor in paravirtualized mode and has two virtual disks. So I expect the virtual disk block devices to be ...
I have a XenServer 6.2 host, and I am trying to get a FreeBSD-9.1-i386 guest to run in PV mode. The installation of the guest is fine, but after a reboot with the new kernel the system does not boot. ...
I have a VPS at Linode, and I'm trying to boot Gentoo's hardened kernel - which is patched with Grsecurity and PaX. On Linode, you can boot a kernel of your choice by utilizing their "PV-Grub" ...
I have a qemu debian guest that is being launched with the following command. qemu-system-x86_64 -boot order=c -drive file=image.img,if=virtio -enable-kvm -netdev ...