In my new role I am using Oracle Linux more and more, so as an exercise I have been replicating my builds on Oracle Linux. Here we are going to use Oracle Linux 6.2 x86_64 as a KVM hypervisor. Keep in mind that KVM is not Oracle’s preferred hypervisor, however it is supported, but if […]
On March 31, 2010 Microsoft released the beta of version 2.1 of the Linux Integration Components. The Linux ICs allow Linux VMs running on Hyper-V to be “enlightened” and have access to synthetic device drivers which perform much faster than their emulated counter parts. It can be downloaded by registering for the Linux Integration Services for Hyper-V on http://connect.microsoft.com
In this article I am documenting the process for installing the Hyper-V Integration Components (v2) within a Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.3 VM. My environment consists of x64 VMs, I have not taken the time to test this process for x86 VMs, however it should hold true, as long as you update the package names to reflect the appropriate architecture.