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[xen-users] which server for a xen server?

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  • From: ko0nz <yesiko0nz@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2007 23:16:52 +0200
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i'd like to make a Xen server with various DomU unix servers:
- Cups + samba (perhaps 100 users)
- Nagios + Oreon
- FTP (ghost for the deployment of harddisk...)
- twiki

(and perhaps some others...)

what's do you think about that idea?
so i wonder which materials( cpu, memory, hard disk...) sould i use
for this need?

thank in advance for our suggestions.

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