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Which is best, for what application?
Best in what terms (User interface, stability, scalability, popularity)?
Is this for Home use, SOHO (Small Office, Home Office), or a Production Environment?
What are your expectations for backup / failover?
What is your knowledge level?
Oh, and is there a particular reason you left out VirtualBox, XEN, and VMWARE?
Your question would be like asking what vehicle should I buy to a total stranger? Well gee I don't know, for some a scooter might be the best solution, for others they may need a mini van, still others may need a large diesel truck, then there is the guy that wants a sports car. If we know nothing about the intended use, end goal(s), or user ability how can we possibly make a recommendation?
I have four Servers.I want to setup 1 as Master and 3 as Slave through KVM Virtualization.
Why would you set them up as slaves? Wouldn't it make more sense if they are all active nodes? This way you can share the load between all the servers. Just make sure that when one physical server fails, the others can take over the VPS's that were running on the crashed server.
Guys I just asked you to tell me which is better SolusVM or Virtualizor anyways after giving a try to both the demos(SolusVM and Virtualizor )I found out that Virtualizor is better than SolusVM so I am going with Virtualizor.