I don't have any experience yet, however in the next few days I am
going to test my Ubuntu 10.04 64-bit Dom0 with about 40 64-bit DomUs on my Intel
Xeon Quad Core.
Would the result of this help you?
thanks a lot for all the feedback. First let me
make clear: I am doing
nothing special. They are standard installs with just
the bridged network interface is a bond in some cases (but by
The configuration I did is as described:
- pin no domU do dom0's cpu
- dedicate a minimum amount of RAM
(mostly 1 GB) to dom0
- dedicate at least 512 MB to each domU, not ballooning
and max amount are the same).
So, what I observe from
your answers, is that people having no problems
with Lenny's Xen
implementation are running 64Bit on AMD architectures.
Is there anybody
out there running several intel machines with 32Bit
Lenny Xen and NOT having
any problems with regular crashes?
I will take a look at compiling myself
again (had done so all throught
the 2.x years), but that would mean giving
So let's make a poll out of it:
Anyone here having frequent
crashes with 64Bit Lenny's Xen?
Anyone here NOT having frequent crashes with
32Bit Lenny's Xen?
Each answer please also name the processor
Thanks a lot,
Am 11.06.10 06:03,
> I have quite a few machines running both intel and amd
cpus with the
> debian packages for 3.2 from 4gb ram up to 64gb and no
> also pin cpus and don't share dom0's cpu with any domU's. My
> hes doing something strange to trigger it? I know there are
> bugs in that version but i have upwards of 10 machines
running it with
> very high uptimes.
> On Thu, Jun 10, 2010 at 10:40 PM, Ward
On Fri, Jun 11, 2010 at 03:17:20AM +0300, Valtteri Kiviniemi
>>> Debian Lenny
has quite shitty Xen package, and I have also found it
>>> to be
I don't know what it is that makes you say this, but Lenny's stock
>> packages (64 bit) have been very reliable for
>> I have more than 10 machines running that setup.
Some have only 8G of ram; I
>> have a few 32GB machines and one 64GB
machine. They run anything from 10 to
>> close to 40
>> And they are rock solid.
Like I said, they are all Opteron machines - most dual core, some quad
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