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FrontPage - Linux Virtualization Wiki

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  • Linux Virtualization Wiki. This wiki is dedicated to documenting the different virtualization technologies available in Linux, including an overview of the way each virtualization technology works, how to get started, where to get involved with development, etc...
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Xen - Linux Virtualization Wiki - Kernel Newbies

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  • Xen is a hypervisor based virtualization technology originating at the University of Cambridge, nowadays developed largely by the company XenSource.Xen introduced the concept of paravirtualization, which allows for extremely high performance virtualization provided that the guest virtual machine runs a modified operating system kernel.
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TechOverview - Linux Virtualization Wiki

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  • Coopvirt (cooperative virtualization) is an interesting hybrid between paravirtualization and hardware assisted full virtualization. The idea is to use the hardware capabilities of Intel VT and AMD-V to do some of the virtualization that is done in software by paravirtualization, while still having a well-behaved guest that can run very ...
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KVM - Linux Virtualization Wiki - virt.kernelnewbies.org

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  • KVM is a Kernel-based Virtual Machine driver. It relies on Intel VT or AMD-V hardware and does full virtualization. As of late 2006 it is pretty new code, but it is already available in kernel packages for Open Su SE, Debian and RHEL-RT.
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TechComparison - Linux Virtualization Wiki

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  • This table compares the features and performance of the various virtualization technologies available for Linux. Hopefully this table also explains why many Linux distributions today ship Xen, even though UML,lguest and KVM are upstream.
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Linux-VServer - Linux Virtualization Wiki

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  • Linux-VServer provides virtualization for GNU/Linux systems. This is accomplished by kernel level isolation.It allows to run multiple virtual units at once. Those units are sufficiently isolated to guarantee the required security, but utilize available resources efficiently, as they run on the same kernel.
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WhyVirtualization - Linux Virtualization Wiki

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  • Why should I care about virtualization? OK, so virtualization is the latest hype. Why should I care? Computers are getting cheaper every day... This is a fair question which …
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