remember that I wrote about that KVM wasn’t working a few days ago? Yesterday I finally discovered the problem. I forgot to enable hardware virtualisation in my bios. Sometimes, iam just not so smart 😛
Yesterda I wrote about using KVM now on 2 servers. Just after I actually wrote that article I discovered KVM wasnt really working on one of these 2 servers (This server was just moved in, and is already a bit older as the other server. Its the old webserver kinda :)).
A month ago I wrote already in my previous post that hosthuis.nl is using KVM for there servers. Now that we moved our first server as well to a new datacentre, we are currently installing KVM on that server as well. A lot people think KVM is something complete else as virtualisation, and actually they are both correct as wrong. They are thinking its a KVM Switch, what means you can control serveral server/PC s with 1 keyboard or mouse (Locally, or with a special device via internet). However, this KVM stands for Kernel-based Virtual Machine, something complete else 🙂 Continue reading Using KVM for virtualisation, why?