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[Xen-users] some xen concepts

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  • From: "Borja Tatay" <borja.tatay@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 7 Dec 2008 12:48:24 +0100
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I’m new on Xen, so I just installed Xen using this guide  and everything works fine, but I’ve got some doubts about some concepts in it


First at all, it says it’s a good idea to stop apparmor


/etc/init.d/apparmor stop
update-rc.d -f apparmor remove


What is it good for ?


It also says to disable tls in both the host and the guest .. once again, what is it good for to disable it, can cause problems if  I don’t disable ?


Last,  it says to add , in /etc/modules

loop max_loop=64


I omitted max_loop, let the kernel as it was built by default  (just with the loop)… can this cause problems ?


Last, I just played a little creating , loggin and deleting some virtual machines, by the time no problem at all, looks fine, but I was wondering if is there any GUI tool for use in remote (the host server doesn’t not have xserver, and I don’t want it to have)


Kindly Regards


Borja Tatay

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