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SubjectRe: coLinux benchmarks
> The VM shows better results than the host. What gives? Perhaps
> it is because of the combination of the host and guest's buffer
> cache? I'd like to know about more percise benchmarking methods
> for VMs.

How are the virtual disks for the VM implemented? If you're doing
direct I/O these numbers are indeed strange. If not OTOH that's
expected because even synchronous I/O in the guest is actually
async which makes it a lot faster.

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