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[Xen-users] what is the best practice "? Linux Distro" + "? Version Xen"

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  • From: steven pan <stevenpan@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2010 02:00:59 +0800
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i am create a xen virtualization platform in my company

i am a new guy. i want to know, what is a the best practise ?

my principles are
1. stability
2. support windows 2003 / windows 2008 / ubuntu 9 / redhat 5.4 / etc. ( and other mainly OS )

which xen version should i choose, and what linux distro based.

i will appreciate if i get your advice.

Thanks and Best Regards


Steven Pan
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