|October 18, 2011, 10:38||
speedup when moving from virtual machine to physical
Join Date: Aug 2011
Posts: 14Rep Power: 5
Dear forum members,
Due to the operating system I presently use, I have been using openFOAM in a virtual environment (vmWare).
My question is if anyone should have experiences with the expected speedup when running the solvers on a physical machine compared to a virtual machine on the same hardware?
I would expect some speedup, but due to some acceleration technologies used in the VMs I am not really sure if a manifold increase in performance is reasonable to expect.
Thanks a lot,
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