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:
Hope you are doing well.
I am working with the coreos-assembler and I had a question regarding the
Thanks for reaching out to me, nice to see that you are trying out
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
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 virtualization /dev/kvm.
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
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
which is invoked during image build
Looking forward to hearing back from you.
Thanks and Regards,