On Sun, Dec 6, 2009 at 7:37 AM, Pasi Kärkkäinen <pasik@xxxxxx> wrote:
>> It worked well to the point of compiling and installing. Unfortunately, I
>> haven't had enough time to experiment any further (create VMs, configure
>> them, etc). I noticed the xenU kernels weren't built though. Do I need to
>> build one, if I want to create a VM with Red Hat or SuSE enterprise?
> RHEL and SLES ship with Xen PV domU kernels included in the
> distribution. So you can and should use them.
> No need to build custom domU kernels for these distros.
Also if you build support for the frontends (block device, network,
etc.), you can use dom0 kernel for domU as well. This is what Redhat
does, providing only one kernel for both dom0 and PV domU.
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