Yes, LVM and GPLPV were installed as in your guide.
Today, I moved the guest vg to a new Samsung 840 SSD and did the benchmark again.
HD score is now at 4819 with xen! So it was really the difference between SSD and HDD.
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- Wed Feb 12, 2014 11:22 am
- Forum: Gaming on Linux Mint
- Topic: Post your Passmark results of your Windows VM
- Replies: 61
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Hi all, here some passmark results on my hardware: Asus Z87I-Pro, i4570, radeon 7750 (passive), 16Gb vm: Win7 on Xen with 4 VCPUs, 8 Gb, harddisk with lvm on one partition of a WD disk with 7200rpm bare metal: Win8 on a Samsung 830 SSD, same hardware otherwise. vm bare m. total 1942 3810 cpu 7117 71...
- Wed Feb 12, 2014 11:05 am
- Forum: Virtualization
- Topic: HOW-TO make dual-boot obsolete using XEN VGA passthrough
- Replies: 533
- Views: 792010
Hi all, it works with LM16 on my Asus Z87I-Pro (BIOS 0902) with i4570 and a radeon 7750 as second graphics card (iGPU is first). Thanks for the great guide! I blacklisted radeon in /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf. The card would get initialized otherwise during boot. As Windows 7 doesn't support the ...