I have a ESXi 4.1 based on DL380G6 for testing environment. I have to test KVM so I installed a CentOS VM to fill my needs.
Checking the /proc/cpuinfo seem that virtualization features in not set for the VM, how can I set the ability to build nested VMs.
Thanks & regards
VMware now has a setting that provides you control over the number of cores per CPU in a virtual machine.
thank you for the fast answer, I applied your suggestion but nothing seem to be changed. Probably I have not explained in a right way my problem.
I need to create a VM (CentOS) that have to host other VM using KVM.
Running "virt-manager" I get the following error:
Error polling connection 'qemu:///system': internal error Cannot find suitable emulator for x86_64
running egrep ‘(vmx|svm)’ /proc/cpuinfo command no output is returned, so I suspect that Intel-VT features for the VM in not enabled.
I also configure the VM to start running the BIOS tool at the startup but the option to enable virtualization is not present.
Thanks & Regards
This may be helpful..