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[Discuss] KVM, virt-manager, and CentOS7

On 2/8/2017 8:20 AM, markw at wrote:
> Networking between VMs didn't work or was a $$ feature. Snapshots
> and disk compaction not available. Sharing CPUs during idle. The next step
> up is vShpere and overt, which are so comprehensive that you are buried
> with features and have to, more or less, commit to using their strategy.

Have you tried Xen? It does all of the things you list except maybe
compaction and that's only because Xen usually isn't deployed with
virtual disk images. But it can be done if it is required.

Rich P.

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