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Re: OT: Xen

  • From: Jamie Norwood
  • Date: Mon Apr 03 04:56:56 2006
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On 4/3/06, Stephane Bortzmeyer <bortzmeyer@nic.fr> wrote:
>
> On Sat, Apr 01, 2006 at 04:51:09PM -0600,
>  Chris Adams <cmadams@hiwaay.net> wrote
>  a message of 17 lines which said:
>
> > unixshell.com claims more service (RAM, disk, monthly transfer) for less
> > per month:
> >
> > http://www.unixshell.com/
>
> Apparently, it is no based on Xen which you may find a good or a bad
> thing, depending on your requirments. (For instance, Unixshell's offer
> is limited to Linux, while Panix allows NetBSD.)
>
> Virtualization solutions are very different and comparing RAM and disk
> is not sufficient.

According to Unixshell's website, it is, in fact, Xen. Their
technology link goes to:

http://www.unixshell.com/xen.html

Of which the first line is "unixshell# is powered by the Xen
hypervisor engine. "