I'm trying to integrate live-cloning (via the xen snowflock codebase)
into the XCP control path, which requires me to run a 64-bit PV
kernel, and also requires 64-bit dom0 tools to talk properly with Xen.
Perhaps I should re-ask this question in Xen-devel. It may be a more
On Thu, Apr 21, 2011 at 1:07 AM, Dustin Marquess <dmarquess@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 2:08 PM, Kannan Vijayan <kvijayan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> Hi all,
>> For the last couple weeks or so, I've been pounding away at building a
>> version of the XCP host tools to run on a 64-bit dom0 (not just a
>> 64-bit kernel, but a full 64-bit tool stack). I'm starting with the
>> basic build setup of Centos 5.5 with arch x86_64. Naturally, I'm
>> rebuilding a large number of RPM packages from source, and I'm running
>> into package hell as I try to track down proper 64-bit source versions
>> of packages, fix build and compile issues, and get up to the point of
>> being able to build the xapi-libs and xapi packages.
> I've never tried it. Is there a particular reason WHY you want to do
> it? I can't think of any benefit, and the downside is your dom0 will
> use more RAM, which means less RAM available for your domUs.
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