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[Xen-users] XenExpress question

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Subject: [Xen-users] XenExpress question
From: Alan Murrell <lists@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 8 Feb 2007 21:52:02 -0800
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Hi All,

I was looking at "XenExpress", and noticed this little blurb on the product 
page for it:

"It supports dual socket servers with up to 4GB of RAM and can host up to four 
virtual machines on each system."

Is the "four virtual machine" limit what they believe the hardware (4GB RAM, 
dual processor) would support or is XenExpress actually doing the limiting 
(through some sort of license)?

TIA for your insight.

-Alan M.

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