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  • yes

    We began by building a physical 32-bit XenApp server on the X7350-based
    server. Because of the limits of the 32-bit OS, we configured it to use only
    two of the CPU cores and 4GB of RAM. Although the server itself had far
    more CPU cores and RAM available, 32-bit XenApp wouldn’t effectively be
    able to use it. This XenApp configuration became the standard by which we
    would build all of the 32-bit XenApp VMs to be tested (although each VM
    would actually only have 3.6GB of RAM to work with accounting for the
    need for RAM to support virtualization overhead). We would measure the
    number of concurrent XenApp users on the physical XenApp X7350-based
    server and then calculate the maximum number of users we could run on a
    dual quad core, X7350 and X5570 XenServer host

  • Yes WE NEED TO

    Overpopulation is destroying our planet. In the long term, and I mean the very long term, there is no option but space travel. The Earth's capacity to support the human race grows more and more strained, and the population grows larger and larger. Of course, we can and should curb our resource use and try to live better on our planet, but, in the long term, expansion outward is the best option.

  • Long term, yes.

    In the long term, and I mean the very long term, there is no option but space travel. The Earth's capacity to support the human race grows more and more strained, and the population grows larger and larger. Of course, we can and should curb our resource use and try to live better on our planet, but, in the long term, expansion outward is the best option.

  • Let's Take Care of Our Planet First

    Robots can explore space just as well as humans, without all of those pesky life support items needed. Humans should focus on life on Earth instead of finding life on other planets. We don't need to live on Mars or anywhere else until we take care of our own planet first. There is only one Earth and we can't transport 7 billion people to another world.

  • No

    I don't believe it is necessary for humans to keep traveling space, considering how much of our tax dollars they spend doing such a thing, if only we could use that money for stuff that really mattered to us instead of just going trough space for whatever reason they have to justify that.


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