On Tue, 09 Apr 2013 20:14:01 +0000, dbuford wrote:
Well I running it on desktop i5 2.6GHz with 4MB memory and trying a
laptop pentium dual core 2.1 GHz with 4 MB memory and drive space is no
Guessing you mean 4 GB of memory since I don’t think I’ve seen an i5
system with only 4 MB of memory.
4 GB is a little tight for virtualizing more than 3 VMs - I’ve got one
machine with 6 GB and one with 8 GB (the former is a desktop, the latter
my business laptop), and I found that running 4 VMs was a stretch for
either machine individually (and that was with only 1.5 GB allocated to
one, 1 GB allocated to two, 768 MB allocated to the fourth).
But I also was using VirtualBox and VMware Player, rather than XEN so you
might get a little further with XEN if that’s what you’re using.
What process are you using to try to spin up the additional VM?
Jim Henderson, CNA6, CDE, CNI, LPIC-1, CLA10, CLP10
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