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[Xen-users] Re : ha cluster with virtual machines as resources

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  • From: "suyash jape" <suyashjape@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2007 21:39:11 +0530
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  As far as i have played with Xen , You can dynamically allocate RAM to a running VM but the OS inside the VM is NOT able to detect the increased RAM and therefore cannot utilize it.
If you reboot the VM , then on reboot it will show the increased memory. ( Conditions like max mem are assumend to be satified)

Any of he Xen devel guys have a update on this ??

OpenVZ can allocate dynamically successfully.

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