The title says it all. How do I increase the amount of cores/cpus of a vm without requiring a reboot. Strangely I did not find any documentation of how to do this...
I have been looking into ways to divide my CPU amongst KVM guests other than by just setting vCPU access limits. I understand the concept of cpu_shares which can be set/displayed with virsh schedinfo, ...
I want to add a vcpu to a virtual server in QEMU. I tried editing the XML file in /etc/libvirt/qemu and starting the server, but that does not seem to work.
I have read this question. I knew already that I could for example, have a quad core machine with four guests each having two vCPUs. As they don't all be require 100% CPU usage all the time, the ...
We've got a KVM host system on Ubuntu 9.10 with a newer Quad-core Xeon CPU with hyperthreading. As detailed on Intel's product page, the processor has 4 cores but 8 threads. /proc/cpuinfo and htop ...