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[Xen-users] Question about adding CPU/RAM to Windows DomU

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Subject: [Xen-users] Question about adding CPU/RAM to Windows DomU
From: "Felix Chu" <felixchu@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 1 Feb 2009 22:32:45 +0800
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I have a DomU(HVM) installed with Windows 2003 server. I try to add ram and cpu dynamically (tried both virsh and xm), the command has no error. But in Windows, I cannot see the changes. Finally I rebooted the Windows, and then ram/cpu are adjusted. I want to know it is limitation of Windows? Or Xen HVM?


If using para-virtualization method, I can add ram/cpu dynamically to the para-virtualized Linux DomU.



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