Thursday, May 10, 2007

Tuning priority for virtual machines

Another one small utility is ready now! Adjust priority for any launched virtual machine and track number of running machines. Program supports VMware Workstation, Player and, I believe, VMware Server (not tested).

Here comes small screenshot:

Download link: http://vmunit.com/vmpriority.zip

Hope this thing will be useful for some of VMware users!

10 comments:

Leong said...

http://vmunit.com/vmpriority.zip
why i cannot download from this link?
can u provide another link for download? thanks alot

Oleg said...

Hi leong!
I've just cheked it - everything works fine. May be it was some kind of temporary hosting problems, sorry.

Anonymous said...

Hi Oleg,

thanks for that. Really help to balance the load on my server, certainly ms-outlook inside a vmsession has finally been tamed down. Keep up the good work.

Hans Keesom

Anonymous said...

Hi Oleg,

Thanks for this tool.
It will be perfect, if it can retrieve the priority preference for each VM after a reboot ;-)

Olivier

wiredtothemax said...

oleg,

nice tool. Thanks. Should the exe be loaded before VM server is launched or doesn't it matter?

Mike

Oleg said...

wiredtothemax, thanks! and you right, it doesn't matter.

Ciacio said...

I already tryied this very useful tool in my previuos installation on this machine but not that I've reinstalled the same Windows XP from scratch when I launch vmpriority it simply ignore me, just as I never launched.

I don't understand really what this issue can be due from...

Any suggestion?

Ciacio said...

Sorry, just solved the problem: the eula.txt was not extracted in the same directory of the vmpriority program.

What a dummy am I!

:-)

Chavdar said...

link is dead :(

Chavdar said...

link is dead :(