Re: VM speed benchmark
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- Date: Tue, 1 Feb 2011 15:37:05 +0000 (UTC)
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Thanks everyone who replied.
On Mon, 31 Jan 2011 00:43:46 -0500, shawn wilson wrote:
> benchmarks cost too much time and money to do right and someone always
> wants to argue with them. . .
I know it's against vmware licensing policy to publish benchmark data.
But all I was asking was kind of friend-to-friend recommendation, not
something you publish seriously on you blog. In fact, all I wanted to
know was a quick
/sbin/hdparm -t /dev/sda
test result inside and outside vm.
Using VirtualBox as an exmample, I don't think there will be a great
difference between the result of an expert and mine, of the comparative
figure between vm and host (but I could be wrong).
It's all evident based and it's a quick gauge, not some serious
measure. . . Anyway, it's totally OK for someone not give such result,
just trying to explaining my point here.
On Mon, 31 Jan 2011 05:21:46 +0000, elbbit wrote:
> Inside a VirtualBox guest, running Debian Lenny, using a IDE based hard
> disk file . . .
> Inside a VirtualBox guest, running Debian Lenny, using a SATA based hard
> disk file . . .
> Inside a VirtualBox guest, running Debian Lenny, using a set of SATA
> based hard disk files . . .
> Outside on the VirtualBox host hardware, running Debian Lenny, using a
> IDE based 1.8" hard disk . . .
Thanks a lot elbbit, this is exactly the kind of info that I was looking
Thanks everyone for your replies again.
Tong (remove underscore(s) to reply)