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Date: Sun, 04 May 2008 21:56:17 +0200
From: Age_M <age_M@xxxxxx>
Reply-To: Age_M <age_M@xxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [Xen-users] Web tool for management xen DomainUs ?
To: Agustín López <agustin.Lopez@xxxxx>
> Hello Agustin,
> Agustín López wrote:
>> I like to allow to several DomainUs admins to admin his virtual
>> servers with a web
>> interface, without contact with Domain0. This tool must be
>> and allow shutdown, reboot and see the logs with a web user / pw.
>> Perhaps too the memory, CPU, ,,, of the virtual server.
> the only webmanagement software for xen I know, is Enomalism . There
> is an older version 0.7.2 which I've never tried myself and a new
> version 2 which is an Alpha release. I haven't figured out how to fully
> work it yet, but it looks promising
> Greetz Age_M
>  http://www.enomalism.com
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