Blade server/pc and Rack server Differences

Blade PC/Server: Series of servers added to a chasis and inserted it in a rack in datacenter. Here in the front view, the green rectangles are single servers. In a single case we can add multiple servers. Small green rectangles are half blade servers(where processor and ram are less) and full rectangles(processor and ram are bit […]

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Distributed Virtual Switch Controller DVSC

DVSC is logical centralized switch that allows you to manage the network logical switches that are on different XenServer hosts within ur enviornment from centralized location. Distributed Virtual Switching Features: True Network Portability Network fault tolerance Improved network security Transparent network compliance Industry standard network monitoring Comprised of 2 components: OpenvSwitch Distributed Virtual Switch Controller […]

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Dynamic Memory Control (DMC)

XenServer DMC (sometimes known as “dynamic memory optimization”, “memory overcommit” or “memory ballooning”) works by automatically adjusting the memory of running VMs, keeping the amount of memory allocated to each VM between specified minimum and maximum memory values, guaranteeing performance and permitting greater density of VMs per server. Without DMC, when a server is full, […]

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