We need the displays directly connected to the Xen VM Server as we are
trying to consolidate our network and completely replace our test
network with a single box that will virtualise the entire network. So
what we want to do is have 4 monitors connected to the Xen Server. Our
test network is entirely for research purposes, so there won't actually
be any real users.
Thanks for your quick response,
>From: Peter Booth [mailto:peter_booth@xxxxxxx]
>Sent: Thursday, 17 September 2009 10:00 AM
>To: Lucas, Martin
>Subject: Re: [Xen-users] Connecting separate VMs to separate displays
>Your users could use VNC or RDP to connect to the VMs. I'm assuming
>they have PCs on their desks.
>Sent from my iPhone
>On Sep 16, 2009, at 8:24 PM, "Lucas, Martin"
> We currently have a test network that is simulating a corporate
>network, that we are using to do our research. It consists of 7 PCs,
>with 5 VMs spread between them. What we are looking at doing is
>Virtualising them. What would need to do is have 4 of these VMs
>connected to individuals displays as we need a GUI to interact with the
>VMs to do our research. It seems to me that Virtualising is best for
>running servers that people interact with over the network (eg HTTP,
>Database, RDP etc etc), I'm not sure if what we would like to do is
>even possible. I have done a lot of Googling but haven't found much to
>help me. Can anyone tell me is what I am proposing is possible (eg
>connect different VMs to different displays)?
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