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Re: OT: Xen
Speaking of commercial support, I have been looking really closely at using Solaris 10 which includes Zones.
I am not so much concerned about the OS games, but very much concerned about the HW % utilization issue that this could help solve. From what I have found with Solaris Zones it is VERY easy to setup and configure. The question that I got flamed on a while back for being off topic, how do you get two different DHCP addresses from difference sources on the same interface, can be solved by using Zones for example.
But there has been so much press lately about Xen. And from what I read in Linux mag recently there is HW support that totally changes how efficient Xen can be. So one thing I am wondering, with Zones you can setup a new instance that is a copy of another pretty much instantly. Does Xen offer the same thing? Or do you still have to go through an install process for example? I am esp wondering about this with something like XP..
At 07:00 AM 4/3/2006, Todd Vierling wrote:
On Mon, 3 Apr 2006, Chris Adams wrote: