By vdiozguy on Apr 17, 2013
A lot of people have seen my VDI demos over the course of the last couple of years. And I often refer to the gear running it. It's not major league territory, a humble (and ageing) Sun Ultra 27 with a decent Xeon 3500 series, quad-core/dual-thread, which received a slight non-official upgrade to 24GB RAM to better suit my demo needs.
Anyway, just to share the marvels of what modern technology is capable of, this little workstation has managed to pull an uptime of a whole year running VDI 3.4 on Solaris 10u9:
vdidc# manageVM printhostinfo
Physical host information:
- Memory available: 3052 MByte
- Memory size: 24558 MByte
- Processor count: 8
- Number of VBOX headless machines running: 11
- Uptime and load info: 8:38pm up 366 day(s), 11 min(s), 17 users, load average: 0.38, 0.38, 0.38
NICE! Read on: "Single Server Solution for Oracle VDI"
(I will talk about manageVM in the near future...)