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Subject: uml vs lkvm
From: anon
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Date: Sat, 14 Jul 2018 17:42 UTC
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Any form of comparison is welcome.

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Subject: Re: uml vs lkvm
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don't know enough about the subject, but these people maybe do:

https://virt.kernelnewbies.org/


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Subject: Re: uml vs lkvm
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Subject: Re: uml vs lkvm
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anon wrote:

Any form of comparison is welcome.

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I have some thoughts, but may be outdated:

I used uml several times, but quite a while ago. I found it easy to set up and use, but not particularly fast.

My experience with kvm is much more recent, and I'm quite pleased with it. It's fast, but not necessarily easy to manage. I'm sure it is once you get used to it, but if you just set some vms up to run and don't mess with them much, I need a cheat sheet to work with them.

I do run vboxheadless also, and find it very competitive with kvm. I'm pleased with both.

I may take some time to mess with uml again, assuming it has progressed quite a bit since my last experiences with it.

That's about all I have atm.

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Subject: Re: uml vs lkvm
From: anon
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Subject: Re: uml vs lkvm
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Not happening, just legitimately tried lkvm and it's performance is horrible compared to other kvm solutions, they also tried really hard to push it into mainline but failed for multiple reasons. Also I've been there before (lxc can be weird with it's problems) nothing comes up for kvmtool or lkvm on the forums or the wiki.

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Subject: Re: uml vs lkvm
From: anon
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can't help you here, using qemu myself (and pretty satisfied).

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Subject: Re: uml vs lkvm
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Subject: Re: uml vs lkvm
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I just found out about ukvm and it seams to be worse off than lkvm, back to qemu for my kvm solution.

I may take some time to mess with uml again, assuming it has progressed quite a bit since my last experiences with it.

Depends skas is default now and in mainline with uml but the patches to other architectures like mips (or was it sparc) and arm are long dead also musl based toolchains can't build uml correctly the patches for it are broken again (and it was just fixed recently). I wonder if putting jail on uml's cmdline breaks some of the changes of skas.

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