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Subject: Re: WINDOWS 2008 62 bit Server with Win XP Date: Thu Jan 31 2019 07:12 pm
From: MICHAEL PURDY To: All

Date: Sun, 04 Nov 2012 21:35:25 -0400
From: MICHAEL PURDY
To: GREG YOUNGBLOOD
Subject: Re: WINDOWS 2008 62 bit Server with Win XP
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Greg

You can run VB on a single core with 4G Memory but put simply that isn't
the target platform

The assumption is that you will be running on a server (not desktop) with
max RAM and at least a Quad Core+.  A dual core will work but you would be
limited to a very small number of Virtual Machines even in headless mode.

You also want to make sure your Host OS is using a physically separate
Network Interface Card to the Virtual Machines.  When you start sharing the host
NIC with the VM's it slows things down and potentially causes odd
Windows TCP Stack problems.

When you have the server hardware in place you can then fine tune the
Settings for each of your VM's to reduce overhead and lag.

I suggest you experiment as much as possible before moving everything to a
production environment.

Mike

On 11/4/2012 8:11 AM, GREG YOUNGBLOOD wrote to MICHAEL PURDY:

-> Hello Mike

-> While I was waiting for a reply I downloaded and am right now trying 
-> (V BOX HEADLESS TRAY) neet little program.

-> I'll try PX on WinXP then!

-> I do notice the 16 bit doors being a little laggy but maybe that will  change
-> some after I move this setup over to server with more power.

-> I have tweaked everything I can think of in XP that I can think of.

-> Thanks for all the help so far, laughing I may have more though.

-> Greg



-> On 11/3/2012 7:45 PM, MICHAEL PURDY wrote to GREG YOUNGBLOOD:

-> -> Greg

-> -> While your testing to see how things run I would keep it very simple!:

-> -> 1. Make sure you can remote desktop from Windows 2008 to the Windows 
-> XP VM
-> -> 2. Close down the XP VM
-> -> 3. Create a basic batch file like

-> -> -- START XPVM.bat EXAMPLE:

-> ->   cd "c:\program files\oracle\virtualbox"
-> ->   vboxmanage startvm "Windows XP" --type headless

-> -> -----

-> -> Remember the VM Name is case sensitive so whatever you named it must be
-> -> what follows STARTVM

-> -> Run the batch file at the Command Prompt and you should see a 
-> successfully
-> -> started message.

-> -> If after a period of testing it all seems to run ok then you can 
-> experiment
-> -> with more advanced HEADless approaches.

-> -> I would try running PX in Windows XP so that if you would move to 
-> Windows8+
-> -> you want need to solve new problems with each new Host OS.

-> -> Mike
->  
 
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