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Virtualized-OS company makes 64-bit change
Quoting from C|NET News:

SWsoft has updated Virtuozzo to support 64-bit x86 processors, a useful feature for software that lets an administrator carve a server up into multiple partitions.

Virtuozzo makes a single operating system, either Linux or Windows, appear to be several independent instances of the OS, instances the company calls virtual private servers. That makes it easier for different software applications to run in separate compartments.

The 64-bit support provided by 64-bit x86 processors such as Intel's Xeon and Advanced Micro Devices' Opteron increases the amount of memory a computer can easily use to well over 4GB. Having large amounts of memory, in turn, makes it easier to run many jobs on the same server.



Read the full article, here.

Published Sunday, February 26, 2006 2:37 PM by David Marshall
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