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Re: 1 CPU or 2 ?

On Wed, Oct 18, 2006 at 08:02:37PM -0500, Ron Johnson wrote:
> There's Xen.  And VMware.
> VMware has been around for years, and is a known, rock-solid
> hypervisor.
Actually, I believe that Xen is a virtualizer.  Or do they have
different approaches for their workstation and server products?

> > Either way, the more cores the better when the issue is
> > throughput like a server rather than computation like a gaming
> > machine.
> And bandwidth.  No use having lots of cores if they are starved for
> data.
Good point.  Not just that, though, but reliable bandwidth.  No sense
having lots of bandwidth if it is unreliable.



Roberto C. Sanchez

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