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OSX-KVM - Run El Capitan, macOS Sierra, High Sierra and Mojave on QEMU/KVM

  •    Shell

For macOS High Sierra, follow README.md for High Sierra. Consult this document for debugging and general tips. See the debugging section below and closed issues before opening a new issue.

Sheepdog - Distributed Storage System for QEMU

  •    C

Sheepdog is a distributed object storage system for volume and container services and manages the disks and nodes intelligently. Sheepdog features ease of use, simplicity of code and can scale out to thousands of nodes. The block level volume abstraction can be attached to QEMU virtual machines and Linux SCSI Target and supports advanced volume management features such as snapshot, cloning, and thin provisioning.

runtime - OCI (Open Containers Initiative) compatible runtime using Virtual Machines

  •    Go

cc-runtime is the next generation of Intel® Clear Containers runtime. This tool, henceforth referred to simply as "the runtime", builds upon the virtcontainers project to provide a high-performance standards-compliant runtime that creates hardware-virtualized containers which leverage Intel's VT-x technology.




qemu-openrc - OpenRC init script for QEMU/KVM (for Gentoo and Alpine Linux)

  •    Shell

This is (opinionated) OpenRC runscript for QEMU virtual machines. Add CTU’s Gentoo Overlay to your repos.conf or Layman (read howto).

phoenix-guest-agent - A guest-side agent for qemu-kvm virtual machines

  •    Go

Phoenix is a guest-side agent for qemu-kvm virtual machines. It provides communication with the guest system using virtio-serial port, and allows to perform some commands in the guest system from the master. Communication with the guest agent occurs at QMP-like protocol. The success response contains the field "return" with the results of command execution. The error response contains the field "error" with a base64-encoded description. For details see the commands documentation.

torokernel - This repository contains the source code of toro kernel

  •    Pascal

Toro is a kernel that allows the user to dedicate a whole kernel to run a single application. Toro is a set of libraries that compiles together with the user application. This results in a image that can run on top of a hypervisor, e.g., KVM, Xen, VirtualBox, or baremetal. To know more about Toro, visit the blog and the wiki. To try Toro, you can follow a simple tutorial here that aims at running a static web server inside a docker image.