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[Xen-users] cheap mobo/cpu combo with hardware virtualization support?

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  • From: "Chris Brookes" <cbrookes@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 13 Oct 2007 18:04:03 -0500
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I've currently got a Xen 2 system running on a CL10000 VIA system. I'd
like to upgrade to Xen 3 and make use of the hardware virtualization
support in Xen (sometimes). My requirements then:

1) Cheap CPU. AMD or Intel. Must have Xen3 hardware VM support. Any speed.
2) Lower power consumption from the CPU
3) Cheap mobo to support the chip.
4) Decent raid-1 SATA support on the mobo, supported under Linux

Any recommendations, experiences etc?



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