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Re: [Xen-users] Does Xen fit my needs?

We are looking into using either Xen or VMware for a virtualization solution. There is a lot of FUD out there that VMWare is far better than Xen and outperforms it, etc. We are planning on running one Redhat Enterprise and one Windows 2003 guest each one. Does anyone have links to impartial reviews on the differences between Xen and Vmware in terms of performance and stability?


On Nov 29, 2007, at 9:39 AM, Daniel Savard wrote:


I don't want to test a system, I really want to have many guests running at the same time with networking, etc. This is for development and testing a multi-tiers software. However, I don't want to lose my graphics capabilities for this.

Is qemu/kqemu/kvm having the appropriate features for this?


2007/11/29, Javier Guerra <javier@xxxxxxxxxxx>:
On 11/29/07, Daniel Savard <daniel.savard@xxxxxxxxx > wrote:
> I would like to run multiple guests on my laptop as a laboratory, however at
> the same time, I would not like to lost the 3-D graphical capabilities of my
> graphics adapter for at least one guest.

for testing different systems, qemu/kqemu/kvm is far easier.


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