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Figured out out (thanks to this thread): On an Ubuntu box with a GUI: sudo apt-get install kpartx sudo losetup /dev/loop0 disk.img sudo kpartx -a /dev/loop0 Then, disk drives appear in the Nautilus file manager (GUI) under Devices. Click on them to see the contents.
Most use clustering like VMware HA or Openstack. Others just buy machines that have TBs of RAM (like IBM S/390). You can probably make a two machine cluster with yours and do it but your network link will be a bad bottleneck.
I have never seen a hosting provider offer anywhere close to a terabyte of RAM. They really do have machines with this much capacity however. If you had unlimited money (or a enterprise budget) you could buy a server motherboard with 32 DIMM slots, put a 32GB stick in each slot (which will cost you at least $1,000 per stick) and you would have accomplished a ...
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