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A hypervisor is software that runs directly on the hardware of the physical server and provides a narrow hardware abstraction layer between the hardware and the base operating system. The hypervisor can use the native hardware support in current Intel and AMD processors to improve the overall performance and security of the hypervisor. Because Hyper-V is a hypervisor and is built in to Windows Server 2008, it runs more ef ciently and natively. A server running Hyper-V has multiple partitions, each running natively on the underlying hardware. The rst partition is known as the parent partition and acts as the hardware and operating system control partition for all the other partitions where virtualized operating systems run. The other partitions are child partitions, each with their own operating systems, running directly on the hypervisor layer, as shown in Figure 6-1.
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Applications Parent Windows Partition Windows Server 2008 Core Applications Applications Child Partition Windows Server 2008 32-bit Applications Applications
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FIGURE 6-1 Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V architecture
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Windows Server 2003 supported using Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 as a virtualization solution. Virtual Server is not a hypervisor-based virtualization: It is designed to run on top of an existing operating system the host operating system and provide an emulated hardware environment for guest operating systems, as shown in Figure 6-2.
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Applications
Applications Guest Operating System Windows Server 2003 R2
Applications
Applications
Guest Operating System Windows Server 2008
Guest Operating System Windows Server 2008
Virtual Server 2005 R2 SP1
Host Operating System (Windows Small Business Server 2003)
Hardware
FIGURE 6-2 Microsoft Virtual Server architecture
Hyper-V runs on x64 versions of full Windows Server 2008 and Server Core, as well as the new Hyper-V Server. In most cases, Server Core, or the standalone Hyper-V Server, which is based on Server Core, should be the preferred parent partition for a server that will be used for virtualization. This limits the resource footprint of the parent partition and also makes it easier to protect, because the number of services and attack vectors is fewer on Server Core.
Requirements
The requirements for enabling the Hyper-V Role on Windows Server 2008 are as follows: x64 version of Windows Server 2008 Hardware virtualization support (Intel-VT or AMD-V enabled CPUs) Hardware Data Execution Protection (DEP) enabled (Intel XD bit or AMD NX bit) In addition to the requirements for the parent partition of Windows Server 2008, each child partition requires approximately 75 megabytes (MB) of RAM and the hard disk space used by the operating system in the child partition. Finally, it is important that your server have a minimum of two NICs installed, exclusive of any special management NICs such as an HP iLO. One of these NICs will be reserved for remote management of the parent server and ensures that you can always connect to the parent partition to manage the child partitions.
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I/O Subsystem
ny virtualization solution puts a lot of stress on the hardware of the I/O subsystem, especially the disk subsystem. Each virtual hard disk is a le, and with
multiple operating systems each writing to les independently and concurrently, a lot of I/O traf c is writing to the parent partition s le system. As a result, a weak or slow I/O subsystem will quickly become the bottleneck limiting the overall performance of the virtual machines. Also, unlike many applications, virtualization tends to be write-intensive, making it essential that you plan your RAID subsystem accordingly. RAID 5 is a much less appealing alternative as a base RAID choice for the parent operating system. You also do not want to run software RAID on the parent Windows Server 2008. Any RAID subsystem works better the more disks it has. A RAID 0+1 array that has four 400-GB disks has 800 GB of disk space available, but it is not as fast as a RAID 0+1 array of eight 200-GB disks, which provides the same 800 GB of disk space. By adding extra disks, the writing and reading from the array is distributed across more disks, putting less load on each individual disk. The same stresses apply to the networking portion of the I/O subsystem that apply to the disk portion. Because many virtual machines can connect through a single physical NIC, you ll want to specify fast and resource-sparing network cards for your Hyper-V server. Here s a clue: a $20 GigE network card is not going to provide the same satisfactory experience as a quality, server-class network card connected to either the PCI-X or PCIe busses. If you re building or specifying a server for Hyper-V (or any virtualization product), don t skimp on the I/O subsystem. A fast RAID controller with a large cache and a wide array with as many disks as you can manage is an important performance choice. And be especially aware of redundancy. If your Hyper-V server fails because you ve had two disks in a RAID 5 array fail, not only is the one physical server down, but your SBS server and every other virtual machine running on that server are also down.
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