christopher.chan at bradbury.edu.hk
Tue Nov 2 00:57:38 GMT 2010
On Tuesday, November 02, 2010 12:48 AM, Luis Paulo wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 1, 2010 at 12:31, Russ Foster<rjf at russfoster.com> wrote:
>> The point of the original post was: don't run video editing software in a
>> virtualized environment on a local machine.
>> More specifically; there are two very resource intensive applications, video
>> editing and sound editing. These will not run better in a virtualized
>> environment under any circumstances.
> What is "run better"?
Let me give one perspective that has proven true. More stable. In this
case, it would not be just the application, but the entire operating
> On Mon, Nov 1, 2010 at 13:01, Jordon Bedwell<jordon at envygeeks.com> wrote:
>> You guys wanna put money on whether they can't run very good on a
>> virtual machine? This isn't aimed at Christopher, but I really do get
>> tired of people blaming virtualisation for their /crappy/ and I repeat
>> it again over and over /crappy/ hardware.
> "run very good"? Are we kidding?
No. Not kidding at all. Nobody in their right mind will run things in an
environment for some extra benefits at a big cost.
> You are not meaning "run faster on a VM", right? Because if so, I may
> give you some links about virtualization for you to read.
Nobody said anything about speed.
> Virtualization is not about the run. The advantages may be found elsewhere.
Oh it is. Who'd do virtualization if it kept crashing even if you have
all the other advantages?
> One, is hardware abstraction. An example is to transport a server to a
> different computer.
> Other is running multi systems (or releases, or upgrade status) on the
> same computer at the same time.
> Running windows programs while running your favorite OS is an example.
> The [virtualization] advantages may be found elsewhere.
> May because you may not need virtualization. As in you may not need
> internet, or a quad core, or another disk, or ...
> Thats my opinion, and for now I'll stick to it.
Yes, but these that you have listed are not all there is to it
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