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Virtualization in general adds overhead so it will be slower than otherwise though if you are going to run a DB you should have pretty high performance disk if you want high performance.
What is your storage underneath (how many disks, what type of disks, & how are the presented/formatted/partitioned)?
I put SSDs under my DBs and they are performing really well. In my Dev environment I used Samsung 840 Pro SSDs and really like them.
Edited by: user11391721 on May 21, 2013 7:36 AM
My os is 32 bit.
I have allocated 3 gb on each guest os.
I have allocated 2 processor each to guest os.
I have 1 TB a single hard disk allocated to the server.
I am following the below link to configure RAC.
Hemant K Chitale wrote:And the windows host is taking half of that!
The guests require the host to allocate memory.
A 32bit host can only access 4GB (actually slightly less than this)
so the total usable RAM for Host services plus the two guests will be limited to 4GB.
You need to run a 64bit Host Operating System
Hemant K Chitale