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Re: [vfio-users] vendor_id spoofing broken in libvirt 3.2?



now in git. and works ok

https://libvirt.org/git/?p=libvirt.git;a=commit;h=ae102b5d7bccd29bc6015a3e0acefeaa90d097ac

2017-04-06 18:24 GMT+02:00 Hristo Iliev <hristo hiliev eu>:
> I faced the same problem after the last Arch upgrade. Once the initial
> frustration was gone, I simply disabled the Hyper-V features and, honestly,
> see no difference in how the games I play perform. The Witcher 3 even seems
> to run a tad smoother, but it could also be due to a recent GPU driver
> update or a psychological effect.
>
> Still, having the regression in libvirt fixed would be nice.
>
> Cheers,
> Hristo
>
> Am 06.04.2017 15:57, schrieb Nicolas Roy-Renaud:
>
> Since tuesday, I've been unable to boot into my Windows VM. It always fails
> to boot with the following error :
>
> error: unknown CPU feature __kvm_hv_vendor_id
>
> I thought this might be due to a config error at first, but people on reddit
> have been getting a similar issue as well, and seem to have the Libvirt 3.2
> update to blame for this regression. Is anyone else here getting this and is
> the bug known to the libvirt devs?
>
> - Nicolas
>
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