Linux Virtualization Performance
Interested in running guest operating systems whether it be Linux or Microsoft Windows? If you are running a recent x86 processor with either AMD or Intel virtualization technology support, you can benefit from one of the changes found in the Linux 2.6.20 kernel. KVM is short for Kernel-based Virtual Machine, which allows for full virtualization of unaltered guest operating systems. KVM Virtualization is easy to use and the user-space component is simply a modified version of QEMU. At Phoronix we have compared the performance of KVM against Xen and kqemu, and this article can be read here (discussion link).
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