I've mentioned before that what Fedora 9 (2.6.25 kernel) does is use the
> On Wed, Dec 26, 2007 at 4:43 PM, Mark Williamson
> > > The paravirt_ops kernel should run with similar performance to the
> > >
> > > XenLinux kernel from the main Xen tree. It includes
> > > paravirtualisation for memory, SMP, etc as well as paravirtualised
> > > network and block devices. It doesn't include support for
> > > suspend/resume, paravirt framebuffer, etc.
> > When you say 'paravirt framebuffer', do you mean console performance is
> > going to be as bad as for HVM?
> Well, more that it doesn't have a graphical console at all! Paravirt
> guests can't use the emulated framebuffer that HVM uses, they have to use a
> paravirt framebuffer if they want to output graphically. The paravirt
> framebuffer doesn't perform significantly better than the HVM console as
> far as I know, so not having it available may not be too painful to you...