Thank you very much !
I have modified /etc/ovirt-engine/osinfo.conf.d/00-defaults.properties file
and added the last line
os.windows_10x64.id.value = 27
os.windows_10x64.name.value = Windows 10 x64
os.windows_10x64.derivedFrom.value = windows_8x64
os.windows_10x64.resources.maximum.ram.value = 2097152
os.windows_10x64.cpu.unsupported.value = conroe, opteron_g1
*os.windows_10x64.devices.display.vramMultiplier.value = 2*
The vm has the "Windows10x64" profile configured
Restarted the ovirt-engine vm, powered on the Windows 10 vm. Not any
difference...The console is very slow, almost unusable.
Also, tried to upgrade spice-server on the node, but it seems that there
aeno updates available. At the moment, it is installed:
Any thoughts ?
Thank you !
On Mon, Jan 7, 2019 at 5:03 PM Victor Toso <victortoso(a)redhat.com> wrote:
So, update your spice-server too (host).
On Sun, Jan 06, 2019 at 09:57:20PM +0200, Leo David wrote:
> Hello Everyone,
> Maybe I am something wrong, but spice console seem to be very laggy and
> slow for windows 10 vms. I have tried both qxl and qxl-dod drivers, but
> luck so far...
> As a notice, the Win 2012R2 vm console is running fine, the problem seems
> to only affect Windows 10.
> Any ideas, what should I do to sort this out ?
> Thank you very much !
> Best regards, Leo David
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