How to enable virtualization technology on an HP server

How to enable virtualization technology on an HP server

 

Introduction:

 

Enabling virtualization technology on an HP server involves accessing the server's BIOS or UEFI settings and enabling the appropriate options. Virtualization technology, such as Intel's VT-x or AMD's AMD-V, needs to be enabled in the server's hardware settings to allow virtualization software (such as VMware, Hyper-V, or KVM) to run efficiently.

Please note that the exact steps might vary depending on the server model and BIOS/UEFI version. The following are general steps to enable virtualization technology on an HP server:


Step 1 

Take an IPMI connection to the server, restart it, and then press F9 to display the BOIS/Platform configuration.

 



Step 2

Once select BOIS/Platform configuration, choose System Options > Virtualization Options > Virtualization Technology and change it to enable, than click F10 to save the settings and reboot the server

 





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