Slashdot covered a post from IBM developerworks that I thought was relevant to pass along here. The Linux 2.6.32 Kernel performs memory de-duplication a.k.a. KSM (kernel shared memory). Its a great read if you’re interested in the advancements of Linux Virtualization. http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/linux/library/l-kernel-shared-memory/index.html Memory de-duplication in the Linux kernel M. Tim Jones, Independent author Summary: Linux® […]
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I recently started playing around with OpenVZ, which is a lighweight virtualization engine for Linux. The OpenVZ developers must like what they see in the Sun niagra processor, since they are actively working to port OpenVZ to the niagra. This is great news, since OpenVZ has the most potential IMHO of all of the Linux […]