On Di, 2013-09-24 at 10:36 +0200, Fred . wrote:
Many motherboards come with 64 megabit (8 megabyte) firmware chips.
So it should be able to handle more than just 128k, preferably more than 256k too.
The size itself isn't the problem. live-migrating from a qemu version with a 128k seabios to a newer version with a larger bios is a problem though as that is a change in the virtual hardware while the machine is running.