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[Xen-users] Best FullVirtualization product concerning (I/O performances)...?

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  • From: amine amine <ammine007@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 11 Jun 2010 21:18:52 +0100
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I'm about to run a SQLServer2005 DB server on a WindowsServer2003

and my question is :

1- Is Xen FullVirtualization a good option to deal with intensive I/O due to the RDBMS...? 
2- How can i increase Performance...? BareMetal Installation, separate HardDisks for my VirtualMachines or by Using SSD disks...?
3- Is there any case study out there on the net, about Virtualizing WindowsServer2003 with Xen..?Where can i find help about WindowsServer2003 FV with Xen..?

Thanks for your help!

Amine Arrahmane Achargui

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