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[Xen-users] Help is a large XEN deployment

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Subject: [Xen-users] Help is a large XEN deployment
From: Hugues Belanger <hbelanger@xxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 02 Dec 2005 11:32:59 -0500
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Hi All,

I've been asked to install and configure Xen on a Large server for testing purposes, The server is an 8 Way AMD Opeteron Western Scientific Box that's just kinda sitting around and we have a need to have multiple vms for our dev guys to get familiar with Linux.

I've deployed Xen with Fedora core4 before and manage to get Centos4, Fedora, Debian and Redhat 8-9 vms install on a Xeon box. But the mandate is to do it all Dom0 and VMS using Centos 4.1.

Does anyone have a road map for me to follow ? I'm good at following instructions and will donate the resulting RPM's to whoma ever needs them.


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