"Terje J. Hanssen" <nteknikk(a)monet.no> writes:
Maybe this is not the right place, but I really miss Xen on the
announced Features and Roadmap for openSUSE 10.2. The "Status of Xen3 on
SUSE Linux 10.0", which is the only and latest I still can see, is
Xen will be improved as usual.
The last line in that table, "Other Operating
System support on top of
Xen and VT not tested" is especially of interest to follow up now.
XenSource is also just releasing their XenEnterprise with support Linux
guest operating systems with Windows support following before the end of
2006 in alignment with the broad availability of Intel and AMD server
systems designed to support Xen. XenEnterprise is promises to make it
very easy for an organization to install, configure, manage and monitor
virtualized Windows and Linux operating systems running across multiple
What I really wish is that openSUSE 10.2 will offer some smaller "Xen
workstation" solution that with YaST tools can ease the installation,
configuration and administration of Xen and typical and actual i.e
Ubuntu Linux and Windows XP as additional guest operating systems on
Intel-VT and AMD-V workstations.
We have some improvements in this area already in our current tree but
I'm not sure what exactly you have in mind. Please look at Alpha4
and give some more details.
If this features is possible to include, I think it
will further power
openSUSE 10.2 ?
Andreas Jaeger, aj(a)suse.de, http://www.suse.de/~aj/
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