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[Xen-users] Debian Etch DomU on SUSE SLES 10.SP1 Dom0

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  • From: "Remigiusz Stachura" <remigiusz.stachura@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2007 13:20:18 +0200
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I'am thinking about setting Etch DomU on SLES 10 SP1.
My server is 64-bit machine with Gigabit ethernet.
In HVM mode everything works fine, but I need more then 100 Mbit
ethernet for DomU (is it possible?)

What about PV? I'am looking for as stable as possible solution but I
don't want to modify SLES kernel. So what kernel for DomU should I

1. Sles 10SP1 works on 2.6.16-46 with XEN 3.04++ (3.0.4_13138)
2. Debian Etch works on 2.6.18-4 with XEN 3.03.
3. XEN 3.04_1 from source is build on 2.6.16-33.
4. XEN 3.1 from source is build on 2.6.18.

Is that possible to have stable working DomU from XEN3.1-source on
Dom0 with XEN 3.0.4++ ?

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