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Re: [Xen-devel] Running Xen at a colo

On Wed, 15 Dec 2004 08:39:52 +0000
devsubs@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

> What I mean to ask is at what point will I cease to require physical access to
> the machine in order to get virtual servers running?
> How far into the process will I be able to send the machine to the colo
> provider, ie the point at which getting an SSH prompt whenever the machine is
> rebooted will enable me to manage processes?

After Linux Domain 0 is booted from Xen, you don't need any further
physical access.  (But actually it's also possible to have "normal"
Linux on a remote machine, do the grub setup etc and then reboot with

However, I'd suggest to simply test on a local machine first and then go
to the provider, just to make sure it works etc.



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