Performance Evaluation of Guest Operating System Following Obliteration of Pre-Installed Features
Virtual machines have provisions for users to run OS on top of other OS. However, its performance may not be the same as that of host OS. Yet, open source OS and apos; like Linux provide us means to remove certain features from the guest OS in order to increase its performance manifold, which leads to our own fine-tuned version of guest OS. This paper is aimed at studying the parameters affecting performance of guest OS and editing those features to produce its efficient version. Benchmarking and performance evaluations shall be done for this purpose.
Osho Agyeya, Thomas Abraham J.V*
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