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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #4032, comment 24


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05/10/2014 04:08:25 AM (5 years ago)
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  • Ticket #4032, comment 24

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    1 No. Haswell CPUs while it has features like VMCS shadowing that help make Nested Virtualization perform better and easier to program, we still have to implement code which makes use of it. At the moment, we still feel when we implement the nested virtualization feature, requiring a Haswell CPU is not reasonable requirement as it's still too new, and will exclude quite a bit of the users even two years down the line. 
     1No. Haswell CPUs while it has features like VMCS shadowing that help make Nested Virtualization perform better and easier to program, we still have to implement code which makes use of it. At the moment, we still feel when we implement the nested virtualization feature, having a Haswell CPU as the minimum requirement is not reasonable as it's still too new, and will exclude quite a bit of the users even two years down the line. 
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    33This feature is most definitely on our radar for a while now, but again, it's a question of managing our development resources which are limited. 

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