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[Xen-devel] Storage for library of domains

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  • From: m h <sesquile@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2005 11:06:19 -0800
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I'm interested in setting up a xen system where the user can request a
"vanilla" version of linux from a "library" of versions.  The user
will be able to do what they want with their system but subsequent
users requesting the same version, will also get the vanilla version,
not one that had the changes from the last user.

So let me rephrase that in a non user way.  I want to have a file
server that serves domains to a xen system.  What is the best way to
get the domain image to the xen system?

any input/ideas are appreciated.



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