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[Xen-users] pypxeboot (a way to pxeboot pv guests)

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From: "Luke S. Crawford" <lsc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 16:52:20 -0700 (PDT)
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I see a single post by a Stephen Childs about a way to pxe-boot paravirtualized xen guests [1] but there is no follow up. I do see a link to the product in question [2]

the funny thing is that I don't see any discussion (or mention of rolling this into the main xen distro) - speaking as someone who manages many servers, virtual and non-virtual, the more I can get to run off my existing pxeboot infrastructure, the better off I am.

I have seen discussions about doing this with HVM domains, but not with paravirtualized domains. am I missing something?



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