On Fri, Jun 02, 2023 at 11:21:45AM +0200, Mario Marietto wrote:
wait wait. for sure the option should be enabled on the bios,but bhyve works in a different way than kvm,so it works even if my cpu does not have all the virt. parameters respected. Infact kvm does not work on that cpu. But how many cpus there are like mine ? Does Linux feel to cover the gap of an alternative to qemu and kvm ? not sure about xen as an alternative.
kvm is literally the hardware acceleration piece. If your CPU doesn't support that, use qemu without kvm and you get exactly the same experience (just a bit slower). So "linux" "feels" no need to cover the gap, because there isn't one.