I saw that my virtualization tool does not virtualize my CPU. But, it virtualizes everything else. I want to know what could be the reason, advantage/disadvantage of virtualizing a CPU.
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You need a CPU for your VM. Either the real on or an emulated one.
If you mostly use the real CPU then you have the advantage of native performance.
If you virtualise/emulate a CPU then: