I've seen that people run VMs with KVM and QEMU Virtual CPUs but when I'm creating a VM using virt-manager it only show my real cpu cores not virtual CPUs. how can I activate QEMU Virtual CPU?
on 06/29/2012 – Made popular on 06/29/2012
I am on host-machine with Centos 6.5, qemu+KVM and 2 virtual hosts in it (behind NAT). Both virtual hosts were configured with Virtual Machine Manager (one of them is with Windows 2003 and other with Centos 6.5), both have fixed ram (8Gb and 4Gb). I've got 2 problems/questions.
If I configure not fixed RAM capacity in Virt.manager (f.e.
I have been using Qemu and virt-manager for quite some time (years) now and it's only recently that I noticed I don't get any sound output from any of my Linux-based virtual machines — it's always been server VM's so far hence never paid attention to sound... until I had to install Android-x86. The weird (and frustrating) thing is that I have one Windows virtual machine that produces sound.