VM at the application level, sounds like what Windows 7 is doing with XP.



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With Solaris Containers, you're able to isolate software applications and services using flexible, software-defined boundaries, and create private execution environments within a single instance of the Solaris OS.

After using this guide, you should be able to create Solaris Containers by:

  • Creating a resource pool
  • Defining Solaris Zones
  • Assigning CPU usage with the Fair Share Scheduler (FSS)
  • Installing and booting a zone
  • Configuring access to raw devices from the zone


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