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Old 25th January 2008, 14:21
tamazero tamazero is offline
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Default virtualization file corruption

Hello everyone,
I am studying some virtualization methods, but I am worried about the possibility of corruption of the files of virtual machines.
Anybody knows if there may be problems in this regard?

Thanks to all

Fabio
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Old 25th January 2008, 14:29
rwar rwar is offline
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I use VMs for 6 months until now with windows as the host. The VMs are all kind of windows (2003 standard and enterprise) and linux (suse and redhat) flavors. Just one time I had a problem when someone turned off the enclosure with blades, and one of these blades had an ESX installed on it.

I started it in safe mode, adjusted some files and it is running again.
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