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On 12-11-2011 09:50, Florian Effenberger wrote:

Mas wrote on 2011-11-11 21:58:
Any forum that
is selected should be hosted on a VM.

that's the question I am not sure of. We have a total of four available
VMs, that we mainly need for development and evaluating new tools. More
VMs require more IPs, and more hardware, which costs money.

So, I am very much in favor of running a test inside a VM, but then move
the productive instance to a non-VM machine.

Or otherwise said: It needs a compelling reason to productively run on a
VM. Again, for testing, a VM is no problem - that's what they are there
for exactly. :)


I think you can have some (more than one) package(s) installed on 1 VM.

This way you can also test how the different packages behave under more
load on the machine. Because in production you will always have more
load on your system than in a 'testing' situation, and in the end you
want a quick and responsive forum....

A piece of software which is NOT capable of being installed together
with another piece of software is JUNK, and should be deleted from the
list ;)

But, as you mentioned in another mail, it is far more important to get
some decisions on how you will be implementing the forum. (like
embedded, or not)

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