• KVM virtual disks: Files or raw devices?

    Choosing the type of storage backend you want for your KVM virtual machines is simply a matter of weighing simplicity with flexibility.

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  • Xen proponents question merits of Red Hat KVM hypervisor

    Red Hat's new KVM-based hypervisor may be easier to install alongside Linux, but paravirtualized offerings like Citrix's Xen still trump the new hypervisor, say KVM detractors.

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  • What benefits have you seen when using huge pages with your KVM virtual machine?

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  • Enabling huge pages is a small step that can make a big difference

    Setting up a KVM virtual machine can be quick and easy, but taking the extra step to enable huge pages can enhance the VM's performance.

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  • More OSes gain hypervisors, but most users choose OS-independent approach

    Virtualization users can choose bare-metal hypervisors from VMware or run virtual machines through an operating system with Microsoft's Hyper-V or Red Hat's KVM.

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  • How has creating a bridge device helped you with KVM virtual networking?

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  • Red Hat KVM deployments face uphill battle

    A year after Red Hat declared sole allegiance to KVM, many shops still face logistical hurdles to putting the Kernel-based Virtual Machine hypervisor into production.

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  • Xen-to-KVM virtual machine migration: A step-by-step guide

    Red Hat is working on a tool to simplify the Xen-to-KVM virtual machine migration process. In the meantime, moving from Xen to KVM requires manual work in the Linux command line.

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  • Red Hat users eye Xen-to-KVM move

    Support for KVM server virtualization has grown, but users who make the move from KVM to Xen face a potentially complex migration process and political minefields in the data center.

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  • New year, new Linux virtualization options

    Open sourcers have ported OpenVZ to run on power-savvy Sun UltraSPARC T1 chips, while Linus Torvalds chose the obscure KVM over Xen for a forthcoming Linux kernel.

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