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Virtual Server in Production Environment
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    We are just starting to use Virtual Server. Is it a good idea to use it in a production enviroment? I guess we are looking for pros and cons and interested in hearing others experiences with using the product. Any feedback will be greatly appreciated.
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    My personal answer, no, do not use it for production. It is a very good devlopment and testing tool, but I would personally not use it as a production server. Say you had 2-3 virtual servers running mission critical applications. All that would have to happen is the main machine crash and now you lost 3 servers and not one. As much as hey are not suppoer to effect each other, would hate for one virtual setting to hang the rest of the machine.

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    Ok, I will have to say I have been rethinking my orginal thought on this due to the fact I have been looking at using virtual servers but more on the backup side than anything. Such as secondary DNS server, DHCP server ect..

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