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On Nov 6, 2009, at 1:52 PM, markw-FJ05HQ0HCKaWd6l5hS35sQ at wrote:
> Now, I currently have over 40 web sites hosted on the machine, all  
> small
> little sites. I don't make much on them. With virtualization, I will  
> be
> able to sell whole "machines" much like Amazon AWS.

A-hah! It's web *hosting*, not web *farm*.  That's different, and  
wasn't clear to me from the original posting.  In a hosting  
environment, where you "stack" non-identical servers, virtualization  
can be a win.

--Rich P.

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