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  • #41
    Yes, but can you run WSL on a Xeon Phi? With Xe graphics?

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    • #42
      Originally posted by tildearrow View Post
      - It takes like 15 minutes to boot up
      - Pressing Windows key sometimes does not work, and sometimes it takes up to 30 seconds for the Start menu to come up
      - Disk usage is 100% all the freaking time
      Ugh? Amy I missing anything?
      I've got around 20 Windows VMs ranging from Windows XP (used for security testing) up to Windows 2K16, running on 6 different hosts (3 pure KVM, 3 ovirt) and neither of them showing anything close to what you are experiencing.
      And my VM hosts range from a low-end i5 laptop with 8GB RAM up to multi-node oVirt clusters with TB of RAM...

      - Gilboa
      Last edited by gilboa; 02 November 2020, 06:00 AM.
      Devel: Intel S2600C0, 2xE5-2658V2, 32GB, 6x2TB, 1x256GB-SSD, GTX1080, F33, Dell UP3216Q 4K.
      oVirt: Intel S2400GP2, 2xE5-2448L, 96GB, 10x2TB, GTX550, CentOS8.3.
      Win10: Gigabyte B85M-HD3, E3-1245V3, 32GB, 5x1TB, GTX980, Win10Pro.
      Devel-2: Asus H110M-K, i5-6500, 16GB, 3x1TB + 128GB-SSD, F33, Dell U2711.
      Laptop: ASUS Strix GL502V, i7-6700HQ, 32GB, 1TB+256GB, 1070M, F33.

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      • #43
        Originally posted by gilboa View Post

        Ugh? Amy I missing anything?
        I've got around 20 Windows VMs ranging from Windows XP (used for security testing) up to Windows 2K16, running on 6 different hosts (3 pure KVM, 3 ovirt) and neither of them showing anything close to what you are experiencing.
        And my VM hosts range from a low-end i5 laptop with 8GB RAM up to multi-node oVirt clusters with TB of RAM...

        - Gilboa
        That's because you run everything on super high-end 512GB RAM 128TB drive all-Xeon systems, and use solid state dri-



        Never mind... I just found out what was causing the slowdown...

        It appears that after a while, the image becomes fragmented, and therefore Windows slows down greatly (this is a 30GB file and I am about to run out of disk space).

        After running e4defrag, the performance improved greatly...

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        • #44
          Originally posted by tildearrow View Post
          That's because you run everything on super high-end 512GB RAM 128TB drive all-Xeon systems, and use solid state dri-
          I believe I was _very_ clear when I said: "And my VM hosts range from a low-end i5 laptop with 8GB RAM up to multi-node oVirt clusters with TB of RAM..."
          Heck, up until a couple of months ago, I had Acer Chromebook - converted to Fedora - with a low end dual core "Pentium", 6GB RAM and 64GB SSD that had a Windows 7 VM on it (which ran reasonably well).

          - Gilboa

          Last edited by gilboa; 03 November 2020, 07:08 AM.
          Devel: Intel S2600C0, 2xE5-2658V2, 32GB, 6x2TB, 1x256GB-SSD, GTX1080, F33, Dell UP3216Q 4K.
          oVirt: Intel S2400GP2, 2xE5-2448L, 96GB, 10x2TB, GTX550, CentOS8.3.
          Win10: Gigabyte B85M-HD3, E3-1245V3, 32GB, 5x1TB, GTX980, Win10Pro.
          Devel-2: Asus H110M-K, i5-6500, 16GB, 3x1TB + 128GB-SSD, F33, Dell U2711.
          Laptop: ASUS Strix GL502V, i7-6700HQ, 32GB, 1TB+256GB, 1070M, F33.

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