So the PVE documentation now mentions
Note: Microsoft Hyper-V as a nested Hypervisor on AMD CPUs should work with Proxmox VE 7.
I'm still unable to boot Win11 with nested virtualisation enabled. Did anyone have any luck with this ?
Yes, I am now on latest beta `pve-manager/7.0-5/cce9b25f (running kernel: 5.11.22-1-pve)`
And I have config for nested virtualisation enabled.
root@pve:~# cat /sys/module/kvm_amd/parameters/nested
From time to time I managed to get windows booted and run VM in virtualisation and then it...
I'm on AMD platform with 3995WX
When I turn on nested KVM support the system becomes a little bit unstable even when VMs are not doing any nested virtualisation.
When I launch Windows10 with WSL2 enabled the VM freezes permanently very quickly after reboot.
I read that nested AMD doesnt work...
I'm not sure if this is directly related to PCI passthrough however dmesg on host returns, I don't really notice any major instability because of it but thought about asking as someone might have come across it before.
[171859.861517] pcieport 0000:00:03.1: AER: aer_status: 0x00000040...
I have a Virtual Machine with firewall set to=1 on main interface.
When I have firewall enabled directly on that interface and it's configured inside virtual machine it works fine.
When I add it to a bridge and set IP address to a bridge (inside VM) communication with network stops...
Well what I'm trying to achieve is to script multiple VirtioFS shares into my VM using hookscript. To add single share there is a long line to be added into ARGS section so I'm looking for a method to do that. I know I can keep adding and removing them but I would rather have that being applied...
Is there a way for VM pre-start hookscripts to dynamically append to "args:" section of VM config file ?
What I'm trying to accomplish is to append to original config "args:" without altering config.
I found something that would allow me to edit various config elements and write back to config...