We tested VirtualBox and KVM running on Fedora hosts and Windows 7 64 guest and the results were mixed.
Originally Posted by ernetas
Anything graphical left KVM behind: Application launch, browsing, etc.
Anything computation intensive (E.g. compilation) favored KVM.
More-ever, KVM seems to be far more resistant to running a large number of guests on the same host.
Last edited by gilboa; 11-29-2013 at 07:24 AM.
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