And not forgetting UML
Posted Jan 26, 2007 11:12 UTC (Fri) by copsewood
In reply to: Target Windows?
Parent article: An introduction to lguest
Which is User-Mode Linux. On which I've run an incredibly reliable and low cost server doing a great number of things reliably for a couple of years. UML has been criticised for performance compared to Xen - but most servers only use a small fraction of CPU anyway. Don't notice the problem myself. Virtualisation has so much potential it's not surprising there is much work going on different approaches to it. On Linux it is also a young enough field we are all better served by finding out which solutions work best in which situations.
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