On Fri, 2007-04-06 at 01:23 -0400, Matthew T. O'Connor wrote:
> The other thing to consider is that CentOS 5 has Xen built right in,
> so you should be able run VMs without VMWare on it. 

... if the kernel of the OS has Xen support, there will be no
performance penalty (only 2%-3%) (Para-virtualization). Otherwise, there
will be full-virtualization, and we should expect a performance loss
about 30% for each guest OS (like Windows).

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