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In this version it is able to detect the following virtualization technologies: VirtualBox Virtual PC/Server VMware QEMU KVM Xen
And much more.
imvirt - I'm virtualized? ------------------------- This script tries to detect if it is run under a (para)virtualization. This is done by looking for wellknown boot messages, device names, installed tools etc. Detected virtualizations: - Virtual PC/Server - VMware - QEMU/KVM (experimental) - Xen (para and non-para virtualized) - OpenVZ/Virtuozzo - UML - any HVM providing CPUID 0x40000000 more»
imvirt optionaly also uses dmidecode from the dmidecode package to determine the used virtualization technology. dmidecode could just be called from the user "root", because it also needs access to "/dev/mem".
IMVIRT(1) IMVIRT(1) NAME imvirt - detects several virtualizations SYNOPSIS imvirt DESCRIPTION This manual page documents briefly the imvirt script. imvirt tries to detect if it runs on a physical machine or on a vir‐ tualized one. If it detects that it is a virtualized one it also tries to find out more»
imvirt (0.3.1+svn426-1~bpo50+1) lenny-backports; urgency=low * Rebuild for lenny-backports. * D more»
imvirt (0.3.x) unstable; urgency=low * Handle SIGILL on amd64 for Xen PV detection gracefully. more»
This package was debianized by Patrick Matthäi <email@example.com> on Wed, 26 Nov 2008 19:52: more»