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FreeBSD has virtio drivers for both network and disk.
May 23 Post as a guest Name. So someone judged your question as being unlikely to pertain to professional system administration.
Awful FreeBSD 9 block IO performance in KVM
Simply put, Virtio is a driver written to cut out any unnecessary emulation on the host and as a result both reduce load from the host and improve performance. So it is not mandatory and people are still using that, for different reasons.
I’m not sure I understand the downvote.
Just to make sure I understand correctly, I can install the virtio drivers in the Windows Server guest without boock special support at all or any modifications in the host operating system? Jun 59: Harbormaster completed remote builds in B The virtio drivers are meant to provide paravirtualized hardware acceleration device drivers to virtual machine guests.
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Thanks very much for the answer. Also should probably now. Automatic diff as part of commit; lint not applicable.
My ffreebsd if this was an inapropriate question for ServerFault. Can you explain what you are trying to accomplish or more specifically, how your question relates to professional system administration, as described in the FAQ?
Log In to Comment. Wed, Dec 19, 6: Herald added a reviewer: To do that, all you really need to do is to modify your fstab. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
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Thanks for the reference–perhaps I will have better luck there. Also a patch for uefi-edk2-bhyve that enables virtio-scsi: The final step is to activate the driver at boot. May 39: May 43: It depends of review: I wonder if this can be made to work with pass devices. This is a rather terse man page update.
Unit Automatic diff as part of commit; unit tests not applicable. Yes, sorry, I thought that was implicit in my question.