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> Why multiple VMs on a server?

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halmsx
post Apr 7 2020, 02:04 PM

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QUOTE(hahakim @ Apr 7 2020, 12:44 AM)
i just trying to get into home server n see lots of tuto as much i can

but one part i dont get, what advantages of having multiple VMs on a server??

let say, i install virtualbox on my home server to run multiple OS's,

but how many ways i can access the installed OS's to make them usable? can i remote access and still have good exp? TQ

*I repost my thread here since /r/software seems no reply. I guess virtualbox or freenas being oss can be posted here hehe
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main advantage is you dont have to have so many physical machines, thus, low cost of ownership

you can access them on the machine by opening a virtual client. or can remote access if you have them connected to network.

you can install as much as the physical machine can handle. more rams and drives means you can install more vms.

 

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