On the home page, story 'More virtualisation for Linux';
I think you mean [ multiple ] servers,
not [ multipiple ].
Although I kind of wish it was part of the English language, it has a fun 'ring' to it!
More virtualisation for Linux 940 Reads Linux
Kernel 2.6.20 is fast approaching, and the biggest change will be the integration of KVM, a kernel-based virtualisation system. With KVM, you can run multiple instances of Linux and Windows on private virtualised hardware -- ideal for consolidating multipiple servers onto one box.