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+ - An intro to hardware-assisted virtualisation features on modern CPUs->

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "Ever wondered how VT-x, VT-d, SR-IOV and other hardware virtualisation features work on modern CPUs? Anchor's sysadmins did, so they went and found out, then wrote it up.

It assumes a reasonable level of understanding at the OS-to-hardware level, but it otherwise understandable and clear enough to follow and get the benefits."

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An intro to hardware-assisted virtualisation features on modern CPUs

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