I’ve decided to install a Linux VM on my OS X Mavericks machine. There are two reasons why I am doing this. Three, really – the third reason being it is fun! 802 more words
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Now that we’ve set up a new datastore we’re ready to deploy our first virtual machine. In this tutorial we’re going to be configuring and deploying a Windows Server 2008R2 virtual appliance, but the steps are the same regardless of the operating system you choose.
Hot Add Memory and Hot Add vCPU options in VMware lets you to add Memory and vCpu to virtual machine while the vm is powered-on however there might be situations where we would like to disable this option on virtual machines due to critical applications running on those VMs. 298 more words
Conversation has popped up around a few tweets Alex Williams regarding virtualization at the Red Hat Summit. One of the starts to the conversation.
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How Project Atomic fits with Docker, geard, etc.
maxvcpus = "0" memsize = "4096" mem.hotadd = "TRUE" MemAllowAutoScaleDown = "FALSE" MemTrimRate = "0" sched.mem.pshare.enable = "FALSE" mainMem.useNamedFile = "FALSE" mainMem.partialLazySave = "FALSE" mainMem.partialLazyRestore = "FALSE" prefvmx.useRecommendedLockedMemSize = "TRUE" prefvmx.minVmMemPct = "100" 23 more words
As I discussed at a recent event and covered in one of our top-read articles, “How Will Storage Controller Technology Evolve in 2014?“, this may be a year of significant change in the way we architect storage. 750 more words