Is nested virtualization enabled?

Nested virtualization is not enabled on some of our older KVM systems, but is enabled on newer ones and all future ones that we setup as of November 2018. If you require nested virtualization for your KVM VPS, please open a support ticket asking if the system that your KVM VPS is hosted on has it enabled. If it is not, we can move your VPS to a system that has it enabled. We can also change your servers CPU settings to host-passthrough if it isn't, as many of our plans use host-model CPU setting.

Alternatively, you can check the node name in our VPS panel (https://vps.extravm.com) on your server page. If the node name has "(nested)" in it then you are on a system that has nested virtualization enabled.

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