Nick Moffitt wrote:
>> begin Ruairi Newman quotation:
> > IBM run MVS, VM, OS/390 whatever on their mainframes. When UNIX is
> > run on the mainframes it is run in a virtual machine.
>> I suppose that I wouldn't consider the virtualizer to be an
> OS. That's just me.
>That's because you don't have any knowledge of it. VM is a full OS that
doesn't require a client OS. It facilitates virtual machines but unlike
you seem to be suggesting it isn't just a VMware-a-like.
If you want to learn a bit about it there's plenty of information on
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