I can confirm that /dev/kvm is a requirement to build images.
On Wed, Sep 25, 2019 at 1:07 AM Sinny Kumari <ksinny(a)gmail.com> wrote:
CC'ing coreos-devel so that other folks can chime in case I missed something
On Wed, Sep 25, 2019 at 2:10 AM Madhurika Joshi <mjoshi2(a)marvell.com> wrote:
> Hello Sinny,
> Hope you are doing well.
> I am working with the coreos-assembler and I had a question regarding the same.
Thanks for reaching out to me, nice to see that you are trying out coreos-assembler :)
> My host OS is x86 and I have a ubuntu server (arm64) installed on QEMU. I built the
cosa container image locally on qemu using the dockerfile and now I am trying to generate
the VM images (arm64) following the steps mentioned in the readme (cosa init, cosa fetch
and cosa build). But the cosa project however has a pre-req that it needs access to
I haven't personally tried running cosa in a cross architecture VM, so not sure about
how well it works. Just making sure, is nested virt enabled on your host machine?
> However in my case, since my host and guest architecture are different I cannot use
KVM on QEMU and therefore cannot use it within the container. Is there a way to disable
the KVM option? If yes, can you guide me a little to understand how this can be done.
I believe access to /dev/kvm is necessary in order to build images, for example see
which is invoked
during image build
> Looking forward to hearing back from you.
> Thanks and Regards,
> Madhurika Joshi
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