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Re: [Xen-users] XCP, technology question

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  • From: George Shuklin <george.shuklin@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2010 01:21:11 +0400
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One technology I hear is limiting IOPS for guest depends on access time
to storage. If access time starts to raise (means storage near they
throughput limit) VMWare limits number of IOPS for most disk-using VMs.

I don't check this at works, but it sounds cool and I know XCP, Xen+xend
or XenServer lacks of this feature.

Ð ÐÑÐ, 21/10/2010 Ð 13:36 -0400, Vern Burke ÐÐÑÐÑ:
> Hey folks!
>     I was just reading an article today that claims 'VMware still has at 
> least a "five-year, pure-technology lead on both Xen Server and Hyper-V."'
> I'm not a VMware expert myself, so I thought I'd throw the question out.
> Considering Xen Cloud Platform since it's leading XenServer, and 
> figuring the various management and operations packages rolling for XCP, 
> just exactly what, capability wise, is XCP missing in comparison to VMware?
> Vern

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