Came across this today on prezabavnejšuû presentation with RHEL Summit 2010. There’s a lot of interesting and obscure Pro KVM virtualization by Larry Shak.
A lot of info, 148 slides with a bunch of magic words, half of which is worthy to walk behind them in Google to … in General poizučaû at your leisure and will write a sample blog.
In the meantime you can read the document itself is a http://debian.pro/files/docs/larry_shak_perf_summit2010_v4.pdf
Well, Yes, good news — the idea of how to make the limit for virtualok mhz, which are not flies after reboot virtualki. In short — the man limits and run virtualki, which needs to be cut, from a user with diced limits.