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[Xen-users] a new server for Xen

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Subject: [Xen-users] a new server for Xen
From: Xin Chen <xcheney@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 15:50:59 +1100
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Hi all,

Our company is going to buy a new server for Xen. We are gonna run Fedora 6 as the domain0, and put about 4-5 guests on it(it may include window). Can anyone give me some advice about the hardware for the new server, such as memory, vieo card, cpu, motherboard, and harddisk(scsi raid???).

I am too worried about that the new server is not suitable for xen after purchasing it.

Many many thanks! and sorry for my english.

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