also, how much "virtual machine complexity" is added by running the VM's inside of a container? does this result in extra layers of translation of vm machine code? or is it still pretty "flat"? i.e. is it basically a container running as a process that spawns the qemu process?
i would imagine that there is more overhead here than with proxmox, but as long as the container isn't doing much other than spawning a VM, that it's not adding too much overhead.
my other questions are more important, but i'm just curious about this. I have an AMD 5950x and harvester is using 0.5% but has reserved about 25%. i plan on running a single node cluster. if i ran a multinode cluster, would this reserved CPU number drop for the non-primary nodes?