The meaning of "virtual server" from a web perspective hasn't changed.  "Virtual machine" != "virtual server" (speaking as a guy who has been a product manager for virtualization products since 2000).

On 4/22/13 11:51 PM, Pat Erler wrote:
It's equal to creating a hosting space for a single domain, including subdomains. Virtualmin was created before virtualisation changed the meaning of the term "virtual server" ;)


On Tue, Apr 23, 2013 at 6:17 AM, Santosh S Kumar <santosh.surabi@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi,

New to Virtualmin could not search the archives mostly because of lack of proper keywords for my question.

Question: Is creating a Virtual Server equal to creating a hosting space for a single domain name or can we have multiple domains under one Virtual Server?

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