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    Question SUSE Yes certificaiton for Full virtualization platform

    Hi guys,

    In response to working requirement, I'm trying to get SUSE YES certification for full virtualization platform, all results are pass except item "PCI pass-thru or SR-IOV" .And log shows vm-guest2 don't has path '/dev/kvm', so I used command "mknod /dev/kvm c 10 232 " to make this node. But is still faled with "No matching PCI-passthru/SR-IOV LAN card found on VM guest 10.1.1.12". Does anyone kown the root cause ? Thanks!

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    Re: SUSE Yes certificaiton for Full virtualization platform

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    Re: SUSE Yes certificaiton for Full virtualization platform

    he jn wrote:

    >
    > Hi guys,
    >
    > In response to working requirement, I'm trying to get SUSE YES
    > certification for full virtualization platform, all results are pass
    > except item "PCI pass-thru or SR-IOV" .And log shows vm-guest2 don't
    > has path '/dev/kvm', so I used command "mknod /dev/kvm c 10 232 " to
    > make this node. But is still faled with "No matching
    > PCI-passthru/SR-IOV LAN card found on VM guest 10.1.1.12". Does
    > anyone kown the root cause ? Thanks!


    I'm sorry but I don't have an answer for you. Perhaps if you provided
    additional information it would help...

    Please post the output from:
    cat /etc/*release

    Also, have you tried to Google for:
    "No matching PCI-passthru/SR-IOV LAN card found"

    Quite a few results are returned but I don't know which may apply to
    your situation.


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