Oh, how about this, understand that you can not "create", keyword but can you run it if you already have created the kvm image?
I notice on this thread you say it can run KVM and be a KVM of a host ?
so this is why everyone wants hypervisor?
Basicaly, if I understood correctly, when HOST RouterOS is running inside VMWare, one can not use this RouterOS to create images of KVM-RouterOS machines, but can run them if he has somehow created them?
What is procedure to create RouterOS KVM images (since they cannot be created inside HOST VMWare RouterOS)?
All i got with this is, This all requires Nestesd virtualization, I have read that For vmware you simple edit a file, it all depends on which version of esxi you have.
For kvm I have read that kvm supports it but im not sure exacltly, I have KVM Host machines, none of them have sucessfully alowed my ROS to be a Host of its own KVM, I am going for a "special feature needs to be enabled" OR i simply dont have the right CPU's :/
Anyone able to provide feedback perticualar to how KVM can do nested ?