Techniques for storing hypervisor messages in a network packet are described. In one aspect, a hypervisor of a computing device obtains a network packet generated by a virtual machine. The hypervisor may then identify available space within the network packet that can store data relating to a hypervisor message. The hypervisor may then store the hypervisor message in the available space within the network packet. The hypervisor may cause a physical network interface controller to transmit the network packet to a destination device through a network path that includes a message logging device.
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