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Teleportation and VirtualBox 3.1
Setting up a VirtualBox Host
June 17, 2010,
Volume 148, Issue 3

move running virtual machines between different hosts, across different architectures, different host operating systems, and between servers and clients
 

Teleportation first made its appearance in the VirtualBox 3.1 release. It basically allows users to move running virtual machines between hosts without interruption. This means users can move running virtual machines between different hosts, across different architectures, different host operating systems, and between servers and clients. Learn more about the "cool feature" in a blog entry by Sentayehu Seifu who defines the feature's capabilities and shows how to set up a VirtualBox host.

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