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[Xen-devel] Oracle, java and other heavy stuff....

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Subject: [Xen-devel] Oracle, java and other heavy stuff....
From: Mat <md@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 9 Jun 2005 13:51:27 +0000 (UTC)
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Hi Team,

as I'm new to XEN my questions might be stupid - but I hope the answers wont 
be :-)

I like for testing purposes to run Oracle and a jboss server on an XEN / Debian 
in dom0.

The Oracle data shall be stored on a cluster of other XEN domains. 

I would also like to have Oracle clients and other jboss server running in XEN 

As far as I noticed this shouldn't be a problem at all (exept the point that I 
didn't understood the concept of xenlinux jet....

Please help if I get something wrong....

I first install a normal debian on my server. There I install XEN.

Rebooting the server will bring up dom0 using xen-linux.

Is it possible to install there as I'm used to what I like to (Oracle, 
jboss, ...)

Any help would be appreciated....

(PS: any experiences regarding the performance of Oracle on XEN?)

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