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[Xen-users] COW-backed VBDs

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  • From: Arijit Ganguly <aganguly@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 4 Aug 2005 13:24:07 -0700
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I have asked this question before about COW backed VBD support in Xen. It would be really cool if I could share the same root FS between domains, each having its own COW system.

I am typically using file-backed roots. Does Xen (as User-mode linux) provide utility to create COW disks (linked to a readOnly main disk) which can be used as VBDs.

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