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I'm mostly basing on that serverfault post but I'll try to answer myself. If I create the VM and store the data in a ext4 file system, would the btrfs checksumming on the host server detect data corruption on the VM? No. From what I gathered there's no way the host system could detect data corruption on the VM file system. If the previous answer ...
libvirt's macvlan has gained support for multicast. Unfortunately by default it is disabled, by trustGuestRxFilters=no, and the documentation is not explicit that this breaks multicast and hence IPv6. https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1035253#c15 IMO the natural model would be to allow multicast by default. macvlan allows MAC spoofing anyway, ...
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