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[fedora-virt] [OT?] value of virtualization that comes with RHEL 5.4?



  i'm being offered the chance to teach an admin course based on RHEL
5.4, so i'll probably just do it under CentOS 5.4, but one of the
chapters deals with the virtualization facilities that come with 5.4.

  even though that's the latest release of RHEL/CentOS, it's still
fairly far behind the curve in terms of recent virtualization
developments as compared to fedora 12.  the client is currently using
vmware, so it's not clear they even *care* about the native
virtualization features of RHEL.

  in any case, is there any real value in discussing the
virtualization in RHEL 5.4, since the other two options are:

 1) blow off virt completely as explained in the manual, or
 2) switch to perhaps f12 just for that to show what's available
    *today*

thoughts?  no matter what the decision is, i can't see covering old
virtualization technology being of much use.

rday
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