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    • Jamie McClelland's avatar
      Option to use alternative disk driver instead of default virtio · bf489469
      Jamie McClelland authored
      For example, to use scsi instead of virtio on the disk HDB, create an
      environment variable named HDB_DRIVER and set it to scsi. You can set
      this variable for any disk by changing the variable name (e.g.
      HDA_DRIVER, HDC_DRIVER, etc.) to correspond to the disk for which you
      want the driver set.
      
      If you are using an SSD card and you want the fstrim command available,
      set the driver to scsi. The value can be any value supported by kvm.
      bf489469
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    • dkg's avatar
      enable booting the guest from a local kernel directly · 506faaf4
      dkg authored
      the user in control of a kvm-manager guest can now choose a kernel to
      boot directly by placing two files (symlinks are fine) at:
      
        ~/vms/$VMNAME/kernel
        ~/vms/$VMNAME/initrd
      
      This is by analogy with ~/vms/$VMNAME/cd.iso.
      
      If those two files are present, then the kvm guest will boot directly
      to the provided kernel rather than doing BIOS emulation that hands off
      control to the MBR of the first emulated disks.
      
      In this case, the first line of the contents of
      /etc/sv/kvm/env/CMDLINE will be passed as the kernel parameters, and
      no bootloader will be run.
      506faaf4
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