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Re: [Qemu-devel] default qemu64 &Co CPUs makes no sense?

From: Paolo Bonzini
Subject: Re: [Qemu-devel] default qemu64 &Co CPUs makes no sense?
Date: Thu, 10 May 2012 09:49:10 +0200
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Il 10/05/2012 09:46, Michael Tokarev ha scritto:
>>> >> And in case kvm is enabled, and we run on some other CPU
>>> >> (not intel and not amd), we'll have some other CPU model,
>>> >> which might exist or might not, which may make some sense
>>> >> or may not, etc - we simple don't know.
>> > 
>> > Leaving aside the discussions on TCG, yes, this makes no sense for kvm.
>> >  You should use kvm32 and kvm64 instead.
> In that case the question turns into a different one: why qemu64
> is default with -enable-kvm?  Either way it makes no sense at all,
> and that's whole my point.

Yes, perhaps that can be changed.  It's not trivial due to
backwards-compatibility (need to keep -cpu qemu64 for versioned machine
types <= 1.1), but doable.


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