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|−|I'm partial to examples on stuff like this, so as I work through this I intend to add some; for example, under the creation of the image: You can name the image whatever you would like, and likely set the size in GB, so the command to create an image named "arch-standard" with a size of 10G would be: qemu-img create -f qcow2 arch-standard.qcow2 10G This will create an image in your current directory; this image file will not be 10G, but something substantially smaller. |+|
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Removed note about arch installation and virtio vda disks == |+|
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|−|The link about the virtio vda devices seems to be out- of- date information. This issue has since been patched. I have a brand new arch guest installation (2013.06.01 media) with a virtio disk, and it works beautifully. I removed the note. |+|
Jslick| Jslick]] ([[User talk: Jslick|talk]]) 17: 06, 6 July 2013 (UTC) |+|
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Revision as of 16:29, 16 September 2013
Merge KVM article into QEMU
Because the QEMU-KVM fork of QEMU has been deprecated/obsoleted as of QEMU 1.3  (about 9 months ago as of this writing ) and QEMU is now on version 1.6, we should strongly consider merging the KVM article into the main article for QEMU. A separate article for the KVM fork made sense historically, but now that the fork has been merged upstream, we should just keep everything on one page.
Does anyone disagree?
-- Jstjohn (talk) 16:29, 16 September 2013 (UTC)