> From: Dan Swartzendruber [mailto:dswa...@druber.com]
> Now you have me totally confused.  How does your setup get data from the
> guest to the OI box?  If thru a wire, if it's gig-e, it's going to be
> 1/3-1/2 the speed of the other way.  If you're saying you use 10gig or
> some-such, we're talking about a whole different animal.

Sorry - 

In the old setup, I had ESXi host, with solaris 10 guest, exporting NFS back to 
the host.  So ESXi created the other guests inside the NFS storage pool.  In 
this setup, the bottleneck is the virtual LAN that maxes out around 2-3 Gbit, 
plus TCP/IP and NFS overhead that degrades the usable performance a bit more.

In the new setup, I have openindiana running directly on the hardware (OI is 
the host) and virtualization is managed by VirtualBox.  I would use zones if I 
wanted solaris/OI guests, but it just so happens I want linux & windows guests. 
 There is no bottleneck.  My linux guest can read 6Gbit/sec and write 3Gbit/sec 
(I'm using 3 disks mirrored with another 3 disks, each can read/write 1 

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