XEN

How to compile custom kernel on Centos/Xen or optimize CS:S server

To be able to perform a successful kernel build, you will need to install the following packages: yum groupinstall "Development Tools" # This will ensure that you have all the required tools for the build. yum install ncurses-devel # This is required to enable a make *config command to execute correctly. yum install qt-devel # This is only necessary if you wish to use make xconfig instead of make gconfig or make menuconfig. The...

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XEN shell commands

Basic commands Show the running Virtual Machines: xm list Start a virtual machine (myhost):   xm create myhost Gracefully shutdown (soft-reset) a virtual machine:  xm shutdown myhost Forced power Off (hard-reset) of a virtual machine:  xm destroy myhost Reboot a VM : xm reboot myhost  Using the console Start a virtual machine and attach immediately a console:   xm create -c myhost Attach to the console of a VM (sample ID=4 for...

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Xen 4.1 release notes

Xen 4.1 release notes Xen 4.1.0 release announcement: Xen hypervisor 4.1.0 was released on 25th March 2011. Official release announcement email from xen-devel mailinglist: mailing list announcement blog.xen.org Xen 4.1.0 release announcement Download url: http://xen.org/download/index_4.1.0.html Xen 4.1.1 release announcement: Xen hypervisor 4.1.1 has released on 15 Jun 2011. Official release announcement email from xen-devel...

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How to Install Windows on Xen

A XenSource Technical Note for the Windows 2003 Server Introduction This note describes how to install Windows 2003 Server on Xen. It provides an overview of the Linux installation, and detailed steps for installing and configuring Xen and starting the Windows 2003 Server installation. It is recommended that this installation be done for demonstration and early non-performance evaluation only; this is not intended to produce a production-ready...

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