You wanted 4 virtual CPU’s in a Hyper-V Linux virtual machine? You wanted clock sync and host shutdown sync? Now you got it!
Ben Armstrong has just blogged that the version 2.1 integration components (or services if you are a VMM head) are released. Mike Sterling is the man in the know so you can read what he has blogged to get all the news. BTW, I included this version of the IC’s in Mastering Hyper-V Deployment. *end shameless plug*
This release is a huge step forward in gaining acceptance for Hyper-V from the Linux admins because SLES and RHEL are really equal citizens on Hyper-V now. Now we just need VMM to catch up ;-)
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