I've recently noticed intrusive interruptions (1-2 second freezing) to my virtual guest OS (Red Hat Desktop from my Windows 10 host. I am running an Intel i9 8-core (16 logical cores) CPU and built-in Intel Video. I have virtualization features enabled from BIOS (VT-D, etc). At one point, I compared the difference between Hyper-V hosted VMs and Workstation PRO 16 hosted VM. I've been a long term fan of VMWare since my early teenage years, so I disabled Hyper-V from the Control Panel.
I use RedHat as my chosen Linux guest OS for development when the need for Linux arises. Please consider the following:
If possible, can someone please provide tips on how to properly configure my VMs run with the best performance without interruptions? Also, how can I enable Virtualization-based security to best contain the VMs; should I enable Hyper-V for a hybrid environment? I am open to subjective views on the matter and I value reasonable input from the professional community.
There is an area of VMTN dedicated to Workstation Pro, I’ve reported your thread asking moderators to move it there.