I'm currently working on getting multiple UMLs up and going on a single host.

 

What I am currently wrestling with now is the following:

 

Should each UML instance be run from a separate user account on the host or should you use a single user to launch all the UML instances?

 

I am thinking that having separate users would make it easier to kill a UML process that was not responding, but have a single user seems easier from the standpoint of using screen to get to the console.

 

All these guests have to talk to the rest of the network, so I will have bridging between them and the rest of the world. I've successfully run 4 UMLs at once on this host, each guest had a separate IP, and I was able to ping/ssh to them. I'm planning on having somewhere from 10 to 14 guests on this hosts, if that matters.

 

Thanks for any input on how to best handle this.

 

Rick

 

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Rick Lull, CCNA

Enterprise Network Analyst

Bon Secours Health System

804.627.5006 BSHSI Network Op Center

800.918.0503 Pager

804.317.8586 Cell

 

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