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Old 7th October 2008
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Default qemu & kqemu

Is it possible to get qemu to make use of the kqemu kernel module?

I have both qemu-devel and kqemu-kmod-devel installed (and have tried with just the qemu and kqemu-kmod ports as well). However there is no noticeable difference in speed between qemu with or without the kqemu kernel module loaded. In addition, I can actually unload the kqemu kernel module while qemu is running a guest OS without any impact what-so-ever. I would assume that if qemu was actually using the acceleration provided by kqemu, I would get a message that the module was busy.

I have also noticed that loading the kqemu module does not result in a /dev/kqemu device being created like it does under Linux...

Any thoughts?

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