Re: qemu or qemu-kvm for kvm in squeeze
- From: thib <thib@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 08 Mar 2010 14:31:56 +0100
Martin Kraus wrote:
My question is, why there are two apparently identical qemu packages. Which
one should I use with kvm.
** I didn't take the time to check that out, so I may be wrong **
The kvm userspace utility is in fact a modified qemu which takes advantage of hardware tech via the kvm kernel subsystem - and nothing more.
You can see the command-line resemblance, and the fact that the kvm package is just a virtual package provided by qemu-kvm.
To answer your question, I'd say you just can't use kvm without the modified qemu utility (named "kvm", provided by qemu-kvm). And if you can, well, you should still use it, since it has to be developed for some reason (supposedly optimization).
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