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[Xen-users] SLES10SP2 (xen 3.2.x) vs SLES11 (xen 3.4.x)

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Subject: [Xen-users] SLES10SP2 (xen 3.2.x) vs SLES11 (xen 3.4.x)
From: James Pifer <jep@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 01 Dec 2009 08:35:34 -0500
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I built a couple new servers on SLES11 because I needed to use USB.
Since SLES11 has xen 3.4 packages that seemed like the way to go. I'm
questioning the stability of the two new servers compared to my
SLES10SP2 servers. I'm also questioning the performance of Windows

On Thanksgiving day one of my SLES11 servers running 7-8 domUs crashed
and restarted three times. Being Thanksgiving day I did not spend a lot
of time on it and the quickest fix at the time was moving the domUs to
another server, which I did.

I've been running a memory test on that server since yesterday. So far
no errors. 

Since bringing up Windows domUs on SLES11 I've noticed they seem
slightly sluggish compared to the same domU on SLES10SP2. Is there a
test I can do to compare the performance?

Anyone else running SLES11 that has noticed any of these types of


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