Well, when I was using 3.4.3 I was experiencing locking up when
using PCI Passthrough. Xen 4.0 fixed this though. Now however, when 2 VMs are
doing something intensive, the system will freeze for a few minutes. However
this could be becuase I didn't use and CPU credits...
I just really want to find a rock-solid distro that I can use for
my hosting solution. Since many here have experienced problems with 32-bit DomUs
using Debian/Ubuntu, this makes me worried...
What problems were you seeing with the Ubuntu dom0?
I'm running a 64 bit dom0 with 2.6.32x pv-ops kernel and xen 4.0.1.rc3-pre
with windows, linux pv and hvm guests.
On Tue, Jun 15, 2010 at 2:02 AM, Jonathan Tripathy <jonnyt@xxxxxxxxxxx>
After the experience with my Ubuntu Dom0
locking up with Xen, I wish to try an OS that supports Xen officially. Can
anyone recomend a really good OS for Xen? (Other than CentOS please). One that
is rock solid as this will eventually be used in a hosting