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[Qemu-discuss] Call for testing: PetiteCloud's support for QEMU

From: Aryeh Friedman
Subject: [Qemu-discuss] Call for testing: PetiteCloud's support for QEMU
Date: Fri, 17 Jan 2014 10:48:37 -0500

PetiteCloud is a free open-source hypervisor frontend for BSD (tested only on FreeBSD 10.0). It has the following features:

* Any x86 OS as a guest (tested only on QEMU)
* Install, import, start, stop and reboot instances safely (guest OS needs to be controlled independently)
* Clone, backup/export, delete stopped instances 100% safely
* Keep track of all your instances on one screen
* All transactions that change instance state are password protected at all critical stages
* A growing number of general purpose and specialized instances/applications are available for PetiteCloud

For more information see http://www.petitecloud.org

PetiteCloud 0.2.1 adds support for QEMU and we want to know if the following is true for the widest possible variety of hardware and host configurations:

* Did we get QEMU supported correctly?

* Given that one of the goals of PetiteCloud is to be usable by any computer professional, are there any _critical_ features that QEMU supports that we do not? (Note that PetiteCloud aims to support only the basic features needed to support virtualized instances and thus will always support only a small subset of QEMU's many features.)

Aryeh M. Friedman, Lead Developer, http://www.PetiteCloud.org

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