cmoski last edited by cmoski
Has anyone experimented with enabling CONFIG_HYPERV on the 4.19.19 kernel?
I grabbed the docker repository for building drivers and updated it to build the kernel on a debian VM. I attempted to to swap out the running kernel on a HyperV guest, however I hadn't planned on the ata_piix.c disabling gen1 ATA devices when CONFIG_HYPERV_STORAGE was present.. Oops
I'd really like to get Gen2 VMs running (or even just the modern network adapters) running on HyperV for a situation where I have a constrained amount of datacenter space -- and would love to create a 2nd XenServer node for replication on top of my existing HyperV host.
I'm curious if I should keep experimenting with building the HyperV kernel extensions into xcp-ng, or if there is some large known issue which prevents them from working. Happy to continue down the path, but just curious if anyone has tried this before.
Ended up building with..