Linux Virtualization

Explains how to activate / open VMware Server Remote Console plugin with Firefox 3.0.1 under Linux.

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VMware Server is an entry-level server virtualization solution, which is proprietary, freeware software. VMware released version 2.0 beta of Server on July 1, 2008. New version provides appliance like control using nothing but a webbrowser.

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You can easily list all running Virtual machines from a Linux shell prompt without accessing GUI. This is useful to scripts or to get status for any VM.

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Multipath I/O is a fault-tolerance and performance enhancement technique whereby there is more than one physical path between the CPU in a computer system and its mass storage devices through the buses, controllers, switches, and bridge devices connecting them. A simple example would be a SCSI disk connected to two SCSI controllers on the same […]

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I’ve worked with a various load balancing systems (LBS). They are complex pieces of hardware and software. In this post I will highlight some of the open source load balancing software. But what is load balancing? It is nothing but a technique used to share (spared) load / services between two or more servers. For […]

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Xen is one of the leading Virtualization software. You can use Xen virtualization to implement HA clusters. However, there are few issues you must be aware of while handling failures in a high-availability environment. This article explains configuration options using Xen: The idea of using virtual machines to build high available clusters is not new. […]

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I’ve used VMWARE ESX / Xen paravirtualization, Virtuozzo, Solaris Containers, and FreeBSD Jails as os level virtualization. Virutalbox is another full virtualization solution. Presently, VirtualBox runs on Windows, Linux and Macintosh hosts and supports a large number of guest operating systems including but not limited to Windows (NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista), DOS/Windows […]

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