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May
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comment Performance impact of running Linux in a virtual machine in Windows?
Thank you so much for your extremely comprehensive answer! I'm really glad to hear that modern virtualisation technologies need so little overhead for cpu-bound activities. It's sad that problems arise when using a virtual machine with several vCPUs, because one can get a great performance gain compiling several files with GCC simultaneously in multiple threads on separate cores. I wonder if there is some way of giving 3 out of 4 cores to a VM solely and putting all other native tasks to the remaining core so that the host scheduler wouldn't affect performance of the VM.
May
29
comment Performance impact of running Linux in a virtual machine in Windows?
4 Gb so far, but I can easily double it if needed.