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Installing KVM Virtualization on RHEL 6

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Unlike a dual booting environment a virtualized environment involves the running of two or more complete operating systems concurrently on a single computer system. This means that the system must have enough physical memory, disk space and CPU processing power to comfortably accommodate all these systems in parallel. Before beginning the configuration and installation process check on the minimum system requirements for both RHEL 6 and your chosen guest operating systems and verify that your system has sufficient resources to handle the requirements of both systems.
== 32-bit Support for KVM on RHEL 6 ==
If the process is not running, it may be started as follows:
/sbin/service libvirtd start

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