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[Xen-users] Xen XCP - How to make WLB work?

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Subject: [Xen-users] Xen XCP - How to make WLB work?
From: shija03 <shija03@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 1 Jul 2011 06:45:39 -0700 (PDT)
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I have installed XCP on a series of server and we have managed to install
XenCenter to manage them, but when it comes to WLB and HA - it seems that
the opensource XCP does not have the ability of doing WLB and HA.

Then I see also there is a web software named: Xen Cloud Control, but to be
frank I have not been able to even add a user - the uncgi program either is
not working properly or the apache configuration in the instructions is not
right - basically I get Server 500 Error.  The software looks promising, but
unfortunately the deployment/implementation is either not there or I am
missing the proper documentation on how to do this right.

Anyone knows of how to make WLB or HA work - what software (open source,
preferably is out there?)  Something that installs without having to hack
the system too much - just like there is configure/make/rpms - I don't mind
compiling code as long as things are not too 'hackish'

Thank you.

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