what is the current status of 64 bit paravirtualized FreeBSD? The wiki
page Xen wiki page  states that only i386 kernels can be run in fully
paravirtualized mode. The wiki page hasn't been updated in a while. Has
anything changed since the last update?
I would like to run FreeBSD as a DomU on a AMD 64 bit machine that does
not have hardware accelerated virtualization. That propably means that
it's not feasible to run a HVM based DomU on the machine? I would also
like the DomU to be 64 bit to provide more than 4 gigabytes of RAM to
the ZFS serving FreeBSD.
Or maybe I have misunderstood something. Is it possible to provide more
than 4 GB RAM for a 32 bit DomU so that it can use all of it for ZFS
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