What is Host Virtual Machine (HVM)?

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In a virtual machine environment, the host virtual machine (HVM) provides resource allocation to guest virtual machines.  HVM capture all I/O requests from the Guest VM and reroute them to the physical system’s resources.

Brief Description of Host Virtual Machine

A host virtual machine is a server component that provides resource allocation

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