Re: Xen 2.0 Officially Released!
From: Pavel Machek
Date: Thu Nov 11 2004 - 06:25:10 EST
> Xen 2.0 runs on almost the entire set of modern x86 hardware
> supported by Linux, and is easy to 'drop-in' to an existing Linux
> installation. The new release has a lot more flexibility in how
> guest OS virtual I/O devices are configured. For example, you can
> configure arbitrary firewalling, bridging and routing of guest
> virtual network interfaces, and use copy-on-write LVM volumes or
> loopback files for storing guest OS disk images. Another new
> feature is 'live migration', which allows running OS images to be
> moved between nodes in a cluster without having to stop
> them. Visit the Xen homepage for downloads and documentation.
Where is docs on 'live migration'? That sounds nice...
People were complaining that M$ turns users into beta-testers...
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