But then there's a fundamental question of whether KVM has similar semantics.
UML was incredibly useful to my project since it ran a whole "kernel + processes" in user space.
Now i'm confused as to whether I need to change my work so that it works with KVM (I'm trying to read thru KVM docs to understand the semantics).

Basically, my project involved redirecting the system calls of one process to the UML kernel. 

On Tue, Apr 30, 2013 at 12:27 PM, Richard RW. Weinberger <richard@sigma-star.at> wrote:
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> > UML development mostly stopped in favor to KVM.
> so you mean to say that KVM is preferable to UML?
> (I Guess it may depend on the situation?)

KVM is *much* faster than UML and *much* less hacky. :-)