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Thread: Red Hat's Virtual Machine Manager Finally Hits v1.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcloud View Post
    There are newish chips with no vt
    Intel does it with some of their chips, some low end chips as well as some high end chips ship without VT

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    Quote Originally Posted by justmy2cents View Post
    kvm without Vt does not exists, libvirtd sets it to qemu fallback in that case. it also spells that qemu is not what you're interested in either.

    just checking one thing since more or less all hw comes with Vt long time now. did you check if option is not just disabled in BIOS (which is default setting in 99%) or is that machine really so old?
    It's really old (7 years?). The CPU does not support it. It was my first rig, so I missed that. This time, I'm also more closely looking at VT-x. But information about that is really unreliable.

    The mobo was an A8N-E and a Athlon 64 3200+ CPU. At one point, the BIOS beep was gone .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ericg View Post
    Intel does it with some of their chips, some low end chips as well as some high end chips ship without VT
    The high-end K model chips only lack VT-d(aka IOMMU), but they still have VT-x available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raven3x7 View Post
    The high-end K model chips only lack VT-d(aka IOMMU), but they still have VT-x available.
    Isn't VT-x IOMMU. Other than that, I agree. Every chip has VT-d. Unlocked chips don't have VT-x for some odd reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rexilion View Post
    Isn't VT-x IOMMU. Other than that, I agree. Every chip has VT-d. Unlocked chips don't have VT-x for some odd reason.
    Nope, it's the other way around https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_VT

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