On 01/20/2014 05:41 AM, JustMan wrote:
Thank you reply, I install the driver and it work great, except
play not very quickly, but can as a normal office use.
But when I install a windows server 2008R2 64bit, it told me lack of a
SCSI support, there are one SCSI device in control panel have not be
drivered, I have no idea it's let disk I/O slow?
Any suggestion ?
there were a few discussions on this lately, please try virtio-block for
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*From: * "Itamar Heim";<iheim(a)redhat.com>;
*Date: * Sat, Jan 18, 2014 05:52 AM
*To: * "Michal Skrivanek"<michal.skrivanek(a)redhat.com>;
*Cc: * "engine-devel"<engine-devel(a)ovirt.org>;
*Subject: * Re: [Engine-devel] About VM tools(drivers) on oVirt's VM?
move mousehave long latency.
On 01/17/2014 02:53 PM, Michal Skrivanek wrote:
> On Jan 17, 2014, at 04:14 , JustMan <wang.tianyi(a)qq.com> wrote:
>> Hi, All:
>> I install both oVirt engine and nodes, it's can work with SPICE
client, but the VM lack of drivers (like vmware station's tools ), so
when you connected VM it's operation very slow-- I mean operation in VM
not smoothness, like move mouse have long latency.
>> And the "VirtIO Console Device Enabled " & "VirtIO-SCSI
option it seems not work.
>> How can solve this problem ? I want to use oVirt as a cloud
desktop give user for replace desktop PC and notebook, If the latency so
long, I think User will not Accept.
>> There are any add-on drivers or tools need install into VM ?
Where can download it?
> for Windows guests you should install stuff from
-> Guest -> Windows binaries
also, as this seems to be a recurring issue - please open a bugzilla RFE
on having a .iso with the windows drivers.
>> Many thanks!
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