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[Xen-devel] Xen 4.0 (and hence Remus) in OpenSuse?

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From: "Lippert, Kenneth B." <Kenneth.Lippert@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 14 May 2010 15:23:44 -0400
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Does anyone know when Novell will be releasing an OpenSuse with Xen 4
(including Remus)?

I did manage to build Xen 4.0 under SLES 10.1, but cannot get a kernel
right, so can't use the Remus tools.   At this point I am falling back
to Xen 3 and planning on manual (daily?) backup of the virtual server to
a different physical machine.  It won't have the "pull the plug nobody
notices" failover redundancy of Xen4/Remus, but it will serve as a stop
gap measure.

Thank you.

Kenn Lippert
Computation & Simulation Modeling, 
Product Manufacturing Division
Alcoa Technical Center.
Tel: 724-337-2691
Email: kenneth.lippert@xxxxxxxxx

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