Thomas Bridge writes:
> On 6/7/06, JMcCarthy at mortgagelink.ie <JMcCarthy at mortgagelink.ie> wrote:
> > Where is the advantage of having 2 or 3 OSes running on the same machine,
> > at the same time with virtualisation(i.e. XEN)?
> > Why not just have the same services running on one OS, it seems a bit of a
> > waste of resources to me.
>> I'm currently in the process of trying to create a number of routing
> instances to inject routes into a lab network. Virtualisation is
> useful as I can create three or four linux "servers" which each have
> their own instance of quagga to push the routes into the lab network
> and on one piece of hardware.
on that -- here's Brad again, this time on distributed filesystem testing
using Xen: http://brad.livejournal.com/2228303.html
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