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Re: [Xen-users] OES2

> Well both really. For starters my Hypervisors are SLES10SP3 but won't 
> virtualize SLES10SP3 in HVM mode. I get I/O problems and hence kernel 
> panics. 
> No problems with SLES10SP2. 
> And as far as OES2 is concerned: this is a different animal though than 
> SLES10, esepecially since I also us Novell Clustering Services, requiring 
> special kernel modules etc. The afore mentionned problems could inspire me 
> to 
> go the PVM road (which would benefit performance as well of course), but not 
> sure if everything will keep on working (I'm looking to P2V an existing OES2 
> cluster). 
> thx,
> B.

You definitely should go the paravirtualized route in OES2.  I don't know of 
any services that require OES2 to run in HVM mode - in fact, I'm sure Novell 
has designed it specifically to operate in PV mode.


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