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  • * Installing OpenSUSE 11.2 x86_64 Linux as PV DomU with Xen 4.0-unstable, PVOps Dom0 Kernel 2.6.31.5: ...picture-tutorial-1-of-4-installing-opensuse-11-2-x86_64-linux-as-a-pv-domu-xen-3-5-unstable-pv-ops-dom0-kernel-2-6-31-5/ Picture Tutorial 1 of 4]
    35 members (0 subcategories, 2 files) - 10:26, 7 June 2012
  • ...are looking for information on guest (domU) support see [[DomU Support for Xen]]. If your Linux distribution includes Xen Project and dom0 kernel it is recommended to use them. This provides benefi
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  • {{Info|This page is marked out-of-date. Both Fedora 13, and Xen 4.0.1 are out-of-date}} This is a step-by-step tutorial how to install Xen hypervisor 4.0.1 and the long-term maintained Linux pvops dom0 kernel 2.6.32.x on Fedora 1
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  • == Binary Xen rpm repositories for EL6 == ...iew of what to do. I did not complete the steps below, I switched over to Xen Made Easy. However, I did update some URLs below.''
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  • = Xen 4.0 release notes = Xen 4.0.0 release announcements:
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  • = Xen 4.1 release notes = Xen 4.1.0 release announcement:
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  • ...o check [[XenPCIpassthrough]] wiki page for more general information about Xen PCI passthru usage! == Xen 4.1 xl tools notes ==
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  • ...eft|This page contains answers to some common problems and questions about Xen. This list contains '''the most frequently asked questions'''. You may also == I'd like to contribute to the Xen Project wiki pages, I have something to add/edit/fix, how can I do it? ==
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  • <!-- Comment: Added the details about Xen 4.2 being able to auto detect IO-ports of PCI/AMT cards --> = Configuring Xen to use and log to a serial console =
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  • interestingly, Xen. will either boot native on bare hardware (or in hvm mode under Xen),
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  • This page lists various features supported by different Xen enabled Linux kernels. == Xen Kernel Integration ==
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  • = Xen blktap2 driver = Xen blktap2 is a successor to the old blktap1 disk backend driver. See [[blktap
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  • ...oot, floppies etc) and a full distribution tree for your production server Xen DomU. == why build your own NetBSD XEN DOMU ? ==
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  • = Xen Management Tools = This page used to list various 3rd party management tools and interfaces for Xen. For XCP, please see the list of [[XCP_Management_Tools|XCP Management Tool
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  • There are also non-Xen solutions like [http://usbip.sourceforge.net/ USB IP], in which USB devices ...a paravirtialized front-end/back-end interface, similar to the traditional Xen PV network and disk protocols. In order to use PVUSB, you need usbfront in
    12 KB (1,848 words) - 10:03, 25 August 2016
  • .../www.slideshare.net/xen_com_mgr/xen-project-release-and-roadmap-process-47 Xen Project Release and Roadmap Process (4.7+) (Nov 2015)]. We also attached a * [http://xen.markmail.org/message/7wvlnsdvklxz2gvq &#91;Vote&#93; Release cycle scheme]
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  • == Xen Paravirt Ops Help Page == .../etc to the [http://lists.xensource.com/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/xen-devel Xen-devel mailing list].
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  • #REDIRECT [[Xen 4.0 Release Notes]]
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  • === What software exists for Xen to handle high availability? === ...es if the primary server fails. Remus support began in Xen Project release 4.0, with full [[:Category:PVOPS|PVOPS]] support available in 4.2, see [[Remus]
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  • <!-- The page has been confirmed to be up-to-date for Xen 4.5 --> ...ides transparent high availability to ordinary virtual machines running on Xen. It does this by continually live migrating a copy of a running VM to a bac
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  • {{Warning|This document is old and has been replaced by [[Xen Overview]]. The document itself has been archived.}} = What is Xen? =
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  • This page covers the steps to get a working Xen Project host system (a.k.a. dom0) running [https://fedoraproject.org Fedora ...the steps needed to turn a plain Fedora installation into fully functional Xen Project host.
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  • <!-- Comment: remove NetBSD 3.0 from the xen 3 list, since it's not the latest release and support will not be backporte == Xen 2.0 ==
    2 KB (249 words) - 18:33, 29 November 2011
  • ...review and refactor would be needed or better a clone of this document for Xen 4.x}} ...based ONLY on 2.6). Moreover,currently the 2.4 linux tree is removed from Xen Tree (changeset 7263:f1abe953e401 from 8.10.05) but it can be that it will
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  • {{Needs_Refactor|This should be a Xen Overview doc: maybe there should be an XCP doc too. However it mixes projec ...operativo, en un único sistema físico con rendimiento cercano al nativo. Xen es open source, y es el núcleo de virtualización de muchos proveedores.
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  • ...beginners to basic Xen Project concepts and allow you to get started with Xen Project with no prior knowledge. Some prior Linux experience is required ho By completing this guide you will have installed a fully functional Xen Project hypervisor and started your first guest operating systems, connecte
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  • * Debian 4.0 ("Etch") contains 2.6.18 Xen dom0 kernel. ...have experienced stability problems with this kernel, when used with newer Xen 3.3 and 3.4 hypervisors. Also, some users have reported live migrations bei
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  • ...ble in accordance with the [http://www.xenproject.org/security-policy.html Xen security problem response process]. * <em>Newer than</em> XSA 25 : [http://xenbits.xen.org/xsa/ xenbits.xen.org/xsa]
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  • ...released/ and on xen-devel mailinglist: http://lists.xen.org/archives/html/xen-devel/2012-09/msg01271.html . ...released/ and on xen-devel mailinglist: http://lists.xen.org/archives/html/xen-devel/2012-12/msg01288.html .
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  • [[Xen Roadmap]] = Xen 4.0 Feature Requests List =
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  • * [[Xen Roadmap]] * [[File:Xen Roadmap Jul 2006.pdf]]
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  • {{TODO|Note that there are some comments on the [[Talk:Xen power management]] page, which need to be merged or considered.}} This document describes the power management feature of Xen, including the CPU P-States(cpufreq), and CPU C-states (cpuidle).
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  • ...d.org/FreeBSD/Xen FreeBSD wiki] describes the current state of the FreeBSD xen port(s). # 32-bit PV (kernel "XEN"; requires "PAE" option)
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  • {{Manual|Xen 4 Official Documentation| == Xen Project 4.9 ==
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  • ...ting has never been implemented in the way that the old pages implied. The Xen team has an automated test harness that is currently undocumented. * A plan is in place to document the harness for Xen 4.3
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  • {{Info|'''Raising Xen and XCP bugs on Debian''' ...pervisor-4.1-amd64, xen-hypervisor-4.1-i386, xen-utils-4.0, xen-utils-4.1, xen-utils-common, xenstore-utils.
    17 members (0 subcategories, 1 file) - 09:08, 17 September 2012
  • ...ball. A generated web-page for 4.10 or newer can be found [https://xenbits.xen.org/docs/unstable/support-matrix.html here].}} * For definitions of experimental, preview, supported and deprecated see [[Xen Project Release Features/Definitions|here]]
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  • = Comprehensive Debian Wheezy Xen Tutorial = ...of steps I took to successfully install and compile a custom Linux Kernel, Xen 4.2 unstable, and run three virtual machines to perform unique tasks all on
    51 KB (8,262 words) - 07:44, 28 May 2013
  • ...sts was declared to be a stable binary interface (ABI) with the release of Xen 3.0.0 in December 2005. Any changes to the guest visible ABI are done in a ...rom release ''N'' to release''N+1''). This allows one to upgrade a pool of Xen Project hosts by evacuating and upgrading the hosts one by one.
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  • {{InfoLeft|We are planning a Xen Project User Survey. This page is a scratch pad to outline the questions in ...This data will be used as part of an upcoming report on trends within the Xen Project, to prioritize feature development and may help influence the futur
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  • ...document was originally designed for use with the xm toolkit circa release 4.0. As such, it needs updating.}} ...ary-secondary mode under non-Remus settings. The block-drbd script in /etc/xen/scripts/ (installed by drbd-utils package) automatically take care of promo
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  • ...p://lists.xenproject.org/archives/html/xen-devel/2015-10/msg01063.html RFC Xen 4.6 Acknowledgements]. ...and QEMU in the "Drivers and Devices" column, which are primarily made by Xen Project developers. Note that the number is '''not''' part of the 4.10 Hype
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  • ...edgements have been created based on 4.8.0-rc8, which was the final RC for Xen 4.8.0. ...p://lists.xenproject.org/archives/html/xen-devel/2015-10/msg01063.html RFC Xen 4.6 Acknowledgements].
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  • The Xen Project Hypervisor 4.9 release focuses on advanced features for embedded, a ...ocol was also introduced into network boot firmware (iPXE). This makes the Xen Project boot process much more flexible. Boot configurations can be changed
    641 KB (116,056 words) - 09:51, 28 June 2017
  • * For definitions of experimental, preview, supported and deprecated see [[Xen Project Release Features/Definitions|here]] !style="width: 13%;"|Xen 4.0
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