[Linux4christians] 回覆︰ Virtualization
satimis at yahoo.com
Sat Oct 22 20:24:53 EDT 2011
Just caught by this subject "Virtualizaition". There are many good stuffs on Open Source including virtualizer. I have been running KVM, OpenVZ, VServer, VirtualBox(both Open Source and Oracle version), VMWare (free version) etc. before. VirtualBox and VMWare are quite close in features. I'm now running VirutalBox (Oracle version).
OpenVZ and VServer are nice virtualizer for Linux OS - update/upgrade a guest will automatically update/upgrade all guests simultaneously. It saves lot of work. Windows can't work on them when I worked on it 3~4 years ago. I don't knowtheir latest development.
KVM - a nice virtualizer for both Linux and Windows.
>從︰ linc <l4c at thelinuxlink.net>
>收件人︰ Linux for Christians <linux4christians at thelinuxlink.net>
>傳送日期︰ 2011年10月23日 (週日) 3:36 AM
>主題︰ Re: [Linux4christians] Virtualization
>- snip -
>Ran all my server needs off an old laptop for almost 3 years (without a
>reboot even) before I got a standard server. Now, I have laptop which
>has several times the resources I have available no the server hardware
>and thought I may be able to press that into better use and save some
>money at the same time. As for ESX, I use that almost exclusively at work on about 400 machines, but I have recently been quite taken with how well KVM works, and virtualbox has been a staple for me on my desktop machines for years now. All good stuff.
>-- -Linc Fessenden
>In the Beginning there was nothing, which exploded - Yeah right...
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