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SubjectRe: [RFC] Virtualization steps
Kirill Korotaev wrote:

>> Frankly I don't see running 100 VMs as a realistic goal, being able
>> to run Linux, Windows, Solaris and BEOS unmodified in 4-5 VMs would
>> be far more useful.
>
> It is more than realistic. Hosting companies run more than 100 VPSs in
> reality. There are also other usefull scenarios. For example, I know
> the universities which run VPS for every faculty web site, for every
> department, mail server and so on. Why do you think they want to run
> only 5VMs on one machine? Much more!

I made no commont on what "they" might want, I want to make the rack of
underutilized Windows, BSD and Solaris servers go away. An approach
which doesn't support unmodified guest installs doesn't solve any of my
current problems. I didn't say it was in any way not useful, just not of
interest to me. What needs I have for Linux environments are answered by
jails and/or UML.

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bill davidsen <davidsen@tmr.com>
CTO TMR Associates, Inc
Doing interesting things with small computers since 1979

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