In virtualization, is it good to use openrisc with KVM hypervisor?

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Hi Guys,

I heard that Linux 3.1 will run on OpenRISC and can support virtualization. Need your inputs on what you think, on using KVM hypervisor in OpenRISC CPU architecture. I may be wrong or right with my question, but I appreciate if you enlighten me regarding hypervisor on OpenRISC.

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In virtualization, is it good to use openrisc with KVM hypervisor?

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Hi,

Kernel-based Virtual Machine is a complete virtualization resolution for Linux on x86 hardware including virtualization extensions. It contains of kernel module, that offers the core virtualization transportation and a CPU definite module. Using KVM, one can work in numerous virtual machines working unmodified Windows images or Linux. It is open source software with CPU Hotplug support, CPU clustering features and many more.

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