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Fri Feb 5 14:19:53 UTC 2010
> > Athmane Madjoudj
> Does anyone have any experience with KVM or OpenVZ? If I can stick to
> something that is not proprietary that would be great. I didn't realize
> there were so many options. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
If you can, avoid OpenVZ, it's not a full virtualization platform, but
rather kernel emulation. The moment one of the VPS's has a memory hog, the
whole server will suffer.
Rather use XEN / KVM / VMWare as it gives total isolation on each VPS.
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