I'm currently building a home server to do various tasks, but i have a problem with the OS to put on top of it. Right now I have a FreeNas, an IPCOP and a standard debian distro (hosting my dev environnement) all on their own computer, but I would like to put all of them on a single, more powerful system (the reason being the lady), yet at the same time retains those os which I'm used to and works extremly well for my needs.
I've read a lot of articles about virtualization and how awesome that is, but I never toyed with it myself, so I would like to know: is it possible to build a system so that those 3 OS would run together on the same computer, at the same time ? If yes, what tools should I be looking at ?
The processor has hardware virtualization support and is a quad cores, and there are 6 GB of ddr2 memory which should be enough.
Thanks for any help
PS: I didn't know whether this belonged to superuser of serverfault, sorry if i'm mistaken