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comment Can a virtualized machine have the CPU and RAM resources of multiple underlying physical machines?
how so? OP requested a way to have one virtual server span multiple physical machines. also, he mentioned a legacy Virtual FoxPro application, which mean he'd need to run Windows as the Virtual Server OS. Running Windows, in Xen or KVM, on top of ScaleMP would EXACTLY enable what the OP was requesting.
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comment port forwarding with socks over proxy
so, to clarify, kiste.companydomain.com is on one LAN, and hosts 'gateway' and 'wikiserver' are on another LAN? and gateway and wikiserver are on the same LAN?
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answered Can a virtualized machine have the CPU and RAM resources of multiple underlying physical machines?
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comment Where did the free space go?
That is not just a good answer, it's also a great tutorial. Thanks!
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comment Where did the free space go?
you need to provide more information about how the LVM is set up. PE size, LE size, etc. (lvdisplay, lvs, pvs, etc) Between the difference between the actual binary size of the disk compared to the decimal size of the disk, and the overhead of lvm, your space is in there somewhere. Have you tried lvresize on your LV to see if you can grow it that other 100G?
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answered NFS Mount Options on Solaris 10
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comment Unmount a nfs mount where the nfs server has disappeared
brilliant! just the solution I needed today! Thanks.
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answered Unexplained slow gigabit network speeds
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answered Windows XP on ESXi 4 box has very high CPU when idle
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answered Solaris 10 (U10) Live upgrade not working
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answered Solaris 10- high kernel utilization (%sys)