3,388 votesTravis Shepherd commented
When I run into this, it is usually because I want something like this to work:
public class MyClass<T, U> where T : new(U)
allowing me to construct a T that accepts a U in its constructor.
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Ewald HofmanTravis Shepherd supported this idea ·Travis Shepherd commented
As long as differencing disks are stored on the SAN accessible to all hosts, why is it complex to manage across a large number of hosts? VMWare Lab Manager has had this for a while and it works very well for testing large, pre-configured environments. Cloning takes less than 30 seconds and the disk space used is negligible.