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RE: [Xen-users] Xen version for production environment.

To: "Ronaldo C. A. Chaves" <xarqui@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: RE: [Xen-users] Xen version for production environment.
From: Jeff Sturm <jeff.sturm@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 25 Aug 2010 13:18:09 -0400
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> But if I want to use Debian Lenny with Xen 4.0.0 and kernel 2.6.18-8
would be a good choice for a production environment?

For my .02, I wouldn't try it.  Pick a dom0 known to work--RHEL, CentOS,
XCP, XenServer--whichever--then run whatever you want as a domU.

Avoid the hassle of trying to match up dom0 with your favorite Linux
distribution.  If Debian supports Xen on dom0 and tells you it works, go
for it--but the last I looked, the Debian folks aren't trying hard to
support Xen as a dom0.


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