By David Marshall
This e-book was once first released 3/17/2006, considering then, virtualization has developed, new types have been published and new applied sciences have emereged. The e-book talks approximately VMware GSX which was once discontinued over a yr in the past, ESX 2.5 (Current model is 3.5 with 4.0 round the nook) and MS digital Server that's being changed with Hyper-V on home windows Server 2008. No point out of any opensource choice (Like Xen) which wasn't mainstream in '06 but. an exceptional learn in case you are attracted to the background of virtualization.
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2 3GB Can grow by 7GB Data Unused disk space Dynamic Disk File. virtual hard disk drive is created, the maximum size of 10GB is stored within the dynamic disks’ internal data structures. The ﬁle on the host server representing the dynamic disk at ﬁrst may only be a few kilobytes in size. Once the process of installing a guest operating system begins, the dynamic disk will grow as new data is written to ﬁll the disk. When ﬁles are deleted from a dynamic disk, the ﬁle on the host server representing the dynamic disk will not change (it will not shrink).
This leads to an interesting question: can a software-partitioning virtualization platform be installed and used within a soft partition? Although this is theoretically possible, it is highly impractical and unusable as a solution. In some cases, depending on the speciﬁc virtualization platforms used, the virtualization platform may not even complete the installation process. In other cases, operating systems installed in a soft partition of another soft partition execute too slowly to be used eﬀectively.
Some of these devices or device interfaces are automatically provided by the virtualization layer and cannot be conﬁgured. Other virtual hardware devices can be completely controlled and conﬁgured as needed within the virtualization layer. The most common virtual hardware devices will be discussed in detail; however, to get a more in-depth understanding of what each of these virtual devices are and how they function, they will also be contrasted against their physical counterparts. Processor The processor is the most signiﬁcant piece of hardware in a computer.
Advanced Server Virtualization: VMware and Microsoft Platforms in the Virtual Data Center by David Marshall