unix at bikesn4x4s.com
Sat Mar 3 02:56:06 UTC 2007
On Fri, March 2, 2007 10:31 am, Joshua Gimer wrote:
> Just some info:
> I think that the deciding factor of which way to go depends on how much
> money you are willing to spend and the amount of time that you want to
> invest in setting this system up and maintaining it. I personally have
> of all three of the previously mentioned vitalization technologies running
> on our network (Solaris Zones, Parallels, XEN, and VMWare), and each take
> different amount of these resources to setup and maintain.
> Solaris Zones are probably one of the coolest solutions. It allows you to
> allocate system resources across zones without having to reinstall
> or duplicate configs. Setting up zones is not the hardest thing to do, but
> one of the most robust; if you are one of the types of people that has to
> know every angle of something before using it, this is probably not the
> to go.
I second Solaris zones are very rubust. Easy to setup and maintain.
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