转载: Optimizing the kernel for VMware

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[*] 64-bit kernel (leave blank for x86)
 
General Setup --->
  [*] Optimize very unlikely/likely branches
 
Processor type and features --->
  Processor Family (usually Core2/Newer Xeon)
 
Bus Options --->
  < > PCCard (PCMCIA/Cardbus) support
 
Networking support --->
  [ ] Amateur Radio support
  [ ] Wireless (only if you plan on using nat EXCLUSIVELY)
 
Device Drivers --->
  Generic Driver Options
    [*] Maintain a devtmpfs filesystem to mount at /dev
 
  Misc Devices --->
    [*] VMware Balloon Driver (manages memory between VM and host)
    [*] VMware VMCI Driver (Virtual Machine Communication Interface - low-latency access to host memory bus)
 
  SCSI device support --->
    [*] SCSI low-level drivers --->
      <*> VMware PVSCSI driver support (high throughput storage adapter)
 
  [*] Fusion MPT device support --->
    <*> Fusion MPT ScsiHost drivers for SPI
 
  [*] Network device support --->
    [*] Ethernet driver support --->
      (disable every driver but this)
      [*] AMD Devices
        <*> AMD PCNet32 PCI support
    [ ] Wireless LAN (ONLY if you disabled Wireless networking support above)
    < > VMware VMXNET3 ethernet driver (PCNet32 is more than enough for most use cases - enable this only if you have spare cpu cycles to burn)
 
  Graphics support --->
    <*> Direct Rendering Manager
    < > Intel 8xx/9xx/G3x/G4x/HD Graphics
    <*> DRM driver for VMware Virtual GPU
      [*] Enable framebuffer console support under vmwgfx by default
    <*> Support for frame buffer devices
 
    Console display driver support --->
      <*> Framebuffer Console support
 
  Sound card support --->
    <*> Advanced Linux Sound Architecture --->
      [*] PCI sound devices
        <*> (Creative) Ensoniq AudioPCI 1371/1373
        < > Intel HD Audio
 
  File systems --->
    (enable only those you anticipate using)
    <*> Second extended fs support
    <*> The Extended 4 (ext4) filesystem
    <*> XFS filesystem support
    <*> Btrfs filesystem Unstable disk format
 
    Pseudo filesystems --->
      [*] Tmpfs virtual memory file system support (former shm fs)
        [*] Tmpfs POSIX Access Control Lists

refer to:
https://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-p-7332884.html#7332884