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Virtual servers (VS) are built on a group of physical machine (PM) servers scattered across the globe and interconnected through telecommunication systems. It can be said that today data center is the very important role in the era of industrial revolution 4.0.

Server Virtualization is the partitioning of a physical server into number of small virtual servers, each running its own operating system. These operating systems are known as guest operating systems. These are running on another operating system known as host operating system. Each guest running in this manner is unaware of any other guests running on the same host. Different virtualization techniques are employed to achieve this transparency.

Types of Server virtualization :

  1. Hypervisor –

    A Hypervisor or VMM(virtual machine monitor) is a layer that exits between the operating system and hardware. It provides the necessary services and features for the smooth running of multiple operating systems.

    It identifies traps, responds to privileged CPU instructions and handles queuing, dispatching and returning the hardware requests. A host operating system also runs on top of the hypervisor to administer and manage the virtaul machines.

  2. Para Virtualization –

    It is based on Hypervisor. Much of the emulation and trapping overhead in software implemented virtualisation is handled in this model. The guest operating system is modified and recompiled before installation into the virtual machine.
    Due to the modification in the Guest operating system, performance is enhanced as the modified guest operating system communicates directly with the hypervisor and emulation overhead is removed.
    Example : Xen primarily uses Para virtualisation, where a customised Linux environment is used to supportb the administrative environment known as domain 0.


    Advantages:

    • Easier
    • Enhanced Performance
    • No emulation overhead

    Limitations:

    • Requires modification to guest operating system
  3. Full Virtualization –

    It is very much similar to Para virtualisation. It can emulate the underlying hardware when necessary. The hypervisor traps the machine operations used by the operating system to perform I/O or modify the system status. After trapping, these operations are emulated in software and the status codes are returned very much consistent with what the real hardware would deliver. This is why unmodified operating system is able to run on top of the hypervisor.
    Example : VMWare ESX server uses this method. A customised Linux version known as Service Console is used as the administrative operating system. It is not as fast as Para virtualisation.

    Advantages:

    • No modification to Guest operating system required.

    Limitations:

    • Complex
    • Slower due to emulation
    • Installation of new device driver difficult.
  4. Hardware Assisted Virtualization –

    It is similar to Full Virtualisation and Para virtualisation in terms of operation except that it requires hardware support. Much of the hypervisor overhead due to trapping and emulating I/O operations and status instructions executed within a guest OS is dealt by relying on the hardware extensions of the x86 architecture.

    Unmodified OS can be run as the hardware support for virtualisation would be used to handle hardware access requests, privileged and protected operations and to communicate with the virtual machine.
    Examples : AMD – V Pacifica and Intel VT Vanderpool provides hardware support for virtualisation.



    Advantages:

    • No modification to guest operating system required.
    • Very less hypervisor overhead

    Limitations:

    • Hardware support Required
  5. Kernel level Virtualization –

    Instead of using a hypervisor, it runs a separate version of the Linux kernel and sees the associated virtual machine as a user – space process on the physical host. This makes it easy to run multiple virtual machines on a single host. A device driver is used for communication between the main Linux kernel and the virtual machine.
    Processor support is required for virtualisation( Intel VT or AMD – v). A slightly modified QEMU process is used as the display and execution containers for the virtual machines. In many ways, kernel level virtualization is a specialised form of server virtualization.

    Examples: User – Mode Linux( UML ) and Kernel Virtual Machine( KVM )

    Advantages:

    • No special administrative software required.
    • Very less overhead

    Limitations:

    • Hardware Support Required
  6. System Level or OS Virtualization –

    Runs multiple but logically distinct environments on a single instance of operating system kernel. Also called shared kernel approach as all virtual machines share a common kernel of host operating system. Based on change root concept “chroot”.
    chroot starts during boot up. The kernel uses root filesystems to load drivers and perform other early stage system initialisation tasks. It then switches to another root filesystem using chroot command to mount an on -disk file system as its final root filesystem, and continue system initialization and configuration within that file system.
    The chroot mechanism of system level virtualisation is an extension of this concept. It enables the system to start virtual servers with their own set of processes which execute relative to their own filesystem root directories.
    The main difference between system level and server virtualisation is wether different operating systems can be run on different virtual systems. If all virtual servers must share the same copy of operating system it is system level virtualisation and if different servers can have different operating systems ( including different versions of a single operating system) it is server virtualisation.

    Examples: FreeVPS, Linux Vserver and OpenVZ are some examples.

    Advantages:

    • Significantly light weight than complete machines(including a kernel)
    • Can host many more virtual servers
    • Enhanced Security and isolation

    Limitations:

    • Kernel or driver problem can take down all virtual servers.

Reference:
Types of Server Virtualisation

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9 September 2019Andrea Mauro
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On my Windows 10 machine, recently I’ve got a strange issue with VMware Workstation (version 15.1, but I think could affect also other versions): sometimes was not possible power-on the virtual machines with strange error messages.

The first error message was: “Cannot find a valid peer process to connect to”.

Then, if you try to start again the VM, another error message usually appears with a generic “Internal error”.

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Funny, but after several attempts, sometimes the VM was correctly powered on.

This time, the VMTN was not helpful, because there were only some posts about this error message, but related to VMware Fusion.

Restarting the services (or Windows) was not the solution…

And was not a problem with local resources.

By checking on the Windows’s Event Viewer I found some strange log events:

Parasyte part 1 full movie free download in hindi. Profile notification of event Load for component {B31118B2-1F49-48E5-B6F5-BC21CAEC56FB} failed, error code is See Tracelogging for error details.

This error message was repeated each time that I’ve tried to power on a VM (and several other times also).

So I found this interesting post with the explanation of this error message.

And the reason seems related to recent Windows update: tiledatasvc was removed from version 1809 and that it appears that some components were left behind that trigger the warnings.

If you see something releated to TileObjServer in your Windows Registry in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionProfileNotificationTDL, then this is the reason!

If you don’t have this voice or the TDL key… then there should another reason.

To fix the TileObjServer issue, you need to clear the registry entries, but first you need the proper permission on the registry key and/or the proper owernship.

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For example, in my case, trying to give the Full Control permission was not enough… first I had to change the owership (previous was TrustInstall).

Then you can export the TDL branch both in both location:

  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionProfileNotification
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREWOW6432NodeMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionProfileNotification
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At this point you can delete the content of TDL branch and restart your Windows machine.

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VMs on VMware Workstation will now start properly.

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Andrea Mauro

Virtualization, Cloud and Storage Architect. Tech Field delegate.VMUG IT Co-Founder and board member. VMware VMTN Moderator and vExpert 2010-20 and vExpert Pro. Dell TechCenter Rockstar 2014-15. Microsoft MVP 2014-16. Veeam Vanguard 2015-19. Nutanix NTC 2014-20.Several certifications including: VCDX-DCV, VCP-DCV/DT/Cloud, VCAP-DCA/DCD/CIA/CID/DTA/DTD, MCSA, MCSE, MCITP, CCA, NPP.

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