[SATLUG] Xen Server

Todd W. Bucy toddwbucy at grandecom.net
Tue Sep 22 10:22:16 CDT 2009

> If you are really going to run XEN, I would recommend netBSD for the 
> XEN host.  netBSD is one of the best platforms you can run the host 
> systems on, it offers great speed and all the benefits of anything 
> else running XEN.  It also has a smaller foot print for the host 
> system than RHEL/centOS or unbuntu.  Also I would consider not putting 
> your router on a virtual machine.  You will also want to get a few 
> network cards.
> Consider trying vmware ESXi, it is free.
> Sean Iffland

I'll look into using a BSD variant for Xen but i am not as familiar with 
it as I am with *nix variants.  In the last couple of days I have been 
warming up to KVM as it seems to have better support with Ubuntu and 
Fedora (the two distro's that I am the most familiar) Also, what would 
be the advantage of keeping my router on a separate box?


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