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[Discuss] choice of hypervisor (was gracefully shutdown guests)

On Wed, Jun 05, 2013 at 11:57:23AM -0400, Shirley M?rquez D?lcey wrote:
> I'd say that anything less than 8GB counts as a small-memory system
> nowadays. A boatload would be 16GB or more.

For new end-user desktops, or if someone asks for an upgrade, I am
currently specifying 16GB. Generic DDR3 goes for about $100 for that
quantity; the time lost to any upgrade costs about that much.


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