hescominsoon at emmanuelcomputerconsulting.com
Fri Mar 2 14:49:33 UTC 2007
centos 4.x using vmware server will fill th needs nicely. You have the
long term lifespan of the RHEL branch and your virtualization taken care
of in one fell swoop and you can't beat the price..<G>
Stephen Harris wrote:
> I'm building a new server at home to handle most of my internal
> requirements (mail, news, dns, dhcp, backups being the biggies). I also
> want it to host a couple of virtual servers which are allowed incoming
> connections from the internet (mail gateway, web server, ssh server);
> these are virtual so if a hacker _can_ break in then they're limited as
> to what they can see.
> At present the virtual machines are vserver instances on an old FC2 box.
> I'm wondering what people recommend for virtual servers these days?
> CentOS 4 with a vserver kernel? Wait for CentOS 5 and use Xen? VMware?
> (Vmware is the heavy solution, but it does mean I could host a windows
> session if I wanted to). Or Solaris 10 and zones?
> Any thoughts?
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Isa 54:17 No weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper; and
every tongue that shall rise against thee in judgment thou shalt
condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the LORD, and their
righteousness is of me, saith the LORD.
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