Braun Brelin wrote:
>>i've used VMWare before, but not Xen. Xen seems to be an open source
>replacement for VMWare, has anybody used both and can give me a
>comparison. Is my assessment about Xen being a replacement for VMWare
>>Your accurate, to a point.
Reports are generally good. I have heard of one case where the Xen
machine had "issues", the underlying box had no problems but Xen was
falling over. The hack for that was a simple, nousb being passed to the
As far as I know it does not support the "popular" non GNU/linux or BSD
(Popular being a quantity rather than something espoused.)
Who would be thinking like this. Massive hardware running Xen. Massive
disk arrays using LVM like or actual technologies. Point and click and
pull in disk space and cpu power with ram to match.
Interesting concept now if you fail over safely that with short TTL and
multiple data centres, who would question such logic.
[Somewhere in the distance someone puts on a Brittney Spears voice and
in mock falsetto voice sings, "Sync me baby one more time", how evil is
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