QEMU 2.7 Released With Many Improvements For The Linux Virtualization Stack
Written by Michael Larabel in Virtualization on 2 September 2016 at 08:55 PM EDT. 6 Comments
It's time for another stable QEMU update.

QEMU 2.7 is today's new feature release and has numerous ARM/MIPS improvements, CPU hot-remove support for x86, VirtIO-BLK now supports multi-queue, a new e1000e network device, support for Xen para-virtualized USB, VirtIO GPU improvements, speed improvements for the TCG code generator, and various other enhancements.

We previously talked about some of the QEMU 2.7 features while you can see the lengthy listing of changes via the QEMU Wiki.

Download QEMU 2.7 from QEMU.org.
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