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Re: [Xen-devel] Oracle, java and other heavy stuff....

To: Mat <md@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [Xen-devel] Oracle, java and other heavy stuff....
From: Wim Coekaerts <wim.coekaerts@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 9 Jun 2005 09:56:12 -0700
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probably better in xen-users, but yeah it works fine, we 've had our
entire stack running including ias and backend db and what not.
performance is fine. of course, you get what you get... but so far it's
been pretty solid.  even running cluster stuff .

setting up shared disk on xen is pretty nice and convenient.

On Thu, Jun 09, 2005 at 01:51:27PM +0000, Mat wrote:
> Hi Team,
> as I'm new to XEN my questions might be stupid - but I hope the answers wont 
> be :-)
> I like for testing purposes to run Oracle and a jboss server on an XEN / 
> Debian 
> in dom0.
> The Oracle data shall be stored on a cluster of other XEN domains. 
> I would also like to have Oracle clients and other jboss server running in 
> XEN 
> domains.
> As far as I noticed this shouldn't be a problem at all (exept the point that 
> I 
> didn't understood the concept of xenlinux jet....
> Please help if I get something wrong....
> I first install a normal debian on my server. There I install XEN.
> Rebooting the server will bring up dom0 using xen-linux.
> Is it possible to install there as I'm used to what I like to (Oracle, 
> jboss, ...)
> Any help would be appreciated....
> (PS: any experiences regarding the performance of Oracle on XEN?)
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