Is KVM enabled in the RancherOS Kernel?


First, ensure Docker and KVM are both installed on your system. Follow the distribution-specific instructions to ensure KVM works. We only require KVM to be enabled in the kernel. We do not need any user space tools like qemu-kvm or libvirt.

Obviously Docker is installed in RancherOS, but is KVM enabled in the kernel?
If not, how do you get RancherOS setup to host RancherVM?


You can run RancherVM on RancherOS. If you are running RancherOS 0.3.1 or later, KVM is already enabled in the kernel

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Thank you. I missed that in there.