Wed Feb 23 08:17:36 PST 2005
begin David O'Callaghan quotation:
> In my own experience, running a moderately loaded UML instance on a
> moderately loaded host system makes interactive performance on the
> UML VM pretty sluggish. In the same situation Xen performs well.
Well, that's why linode uses an I/O token system, so that a
thrashing UML instance won't take down the whole collection. How does
Xen prevent this?
So are you an honest-to-cripes Atkins dieter with the Nick Moffitt
little urine test strips and the blood analysis and the email@example.com
"better living through diabetes" rhetoric, or are you
just some ranchero wannabe who hates salads?
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