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From jburwell <>
Subject [GitHub] cloudstack issue #1542: CLOUDSTACK-9379: Support nested virtualization at VM...
Date Wed, 28 Sep 2016 01:01:01 GMT
Github user jburwell commented on the issue:
    @serg38 the goal is not only verify that functionality works now, but in the future to
protect against regressions.  My thinking is that we could deploy a CentOS VM, install KVM,
and verify that we can create an ephemeral VM within it.  A specially packaged template could
have the KVM packages pre-installed and a small Debian or Alpine template on-board.  The test
would pass when it is able to SSH into the nested VM over the link-local interface.  Such
a test would be self-contained and not require any particular storage or network settings.
 Does such a test seem reasonable and valuable?

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