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[Xen-users] Question about memory

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  • From: NovusOrdo <novusordo@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 18 Aug 2005 03:58:48 +0000
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I am trying to setup Xen on a machine with only 384mb or RAM. I need
three virtual servers and would like each to have at least 128MB of
RAM. I am unsure as to wether  the amount of memory I can give each
virtual server is limited to totalling to the system's memory or can
be up to the host systems memory for each virtual server. Is it
possible for the virtual systems to each have half the host system's
memory and just have a huge swap on the host? Will the xen virtual
servers handle being paged to swap?

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