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Old 10-11-2011, 09:23 PM   #1
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Virtio Balloon- Does -m take precedence?

with kvm and virtio- would -m 1024 take proceedence over -balloon virtio? when i use both together, i see memory stay at 1024 and not dynamically grow or shrink as I expect to see with virtio balloon. this is both on the guest and on the host when taking memory snapshots with free -m.


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