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  1. Poor performance in KVM VMs

    Humm I think it would be more practical to upgrade all machine to Win7 :)
  2. Poor performance in KVM VMs

    Hello Brad, thank you for the feedback :) Yes I've installed Virtio driver 1.81 from Fedora web site and the registry hack. I've installed a Win 7 pro VM amd64 just to check if I can get near wire speed in it: I got 1,11 Gbps so for what I can see it seems that virtio network driver for WinXP...
  3. Poor performance in KVM VMs

    Update: debian 7 amd64 in a KVM VM scored 2Gbps, with a Windows 8 guest I got 270 Mbps with E1000 driver and 950 Mbps with virtio driver.
  4. Poor performance in KVM VMs

    I have a Proliant server with 9 Windows XP VMs accessed remotely (only 3 or 4 active at one time) and 1 XP VM with a simple db server. Server has two Broadcom Gb adapter in bonding rr. The performances are unsatisfactory. Using iperf to check the network performances I found that: - iperf...
  5. VMA archive restore outside of Proxmox

    I have followed these instructions and I was able to recover my updated data files from the VM backups. A minor warning: add glusterfs-common to the dependecies. Andrea


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