Solaris 11 express and OVM 3

Hi,
Is someone succeed to install solaris express 11 in PV mode with OVM 3.0.1.
I Can install my solaris express 11 in PVM with Oracle VM 2.2.2 but no success with OVM 3.
PS : In Oracle VM 3.0.1 Release notes only OEL and RHEL are supported for PVM guest but I don't understand why this works fine for OVM 2 and not for OVM 3 ?
Thank U.

mdiallo wrote:
Is someone succeed to install solaris express 11 in PV mode with OVM 3.0.1.
I Can install my solaris express 11 in PVM with Oracle VM 2.2.2 but no success with OVM 3.Solaris 11 doesn't support PVM mode on either Oracle VM 2.2.2 or Oracle VM 3.0.1, so it shouldn't work at all. It should only work in HVM or HVPVM mode.

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