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Re: [Xen-users] Xen and it's future with linux?

On Sat, Mar 13, 2010 at 11:10:22AM -0800, khris4 wrote:
> Thanx everyone for your help, I worked with ubunutu a little more last night
> and was able to see the new kernel support for  pv_op. I was confused
> because there were  so many article out on the web using my friend google
> but it starts getting confusing because there's a lot of  outdated
> howto,articles, blog that are not in chronological order to understand were
> we are  with xen today. Does anyone know if there is site that keeps up with
> xen? There even some pages on xen.org that  are out dated and kinda hard to
> figure out what is what. Also I would love to help out on keeping xen
> documents update, so it will be a little easier find what we are looking
> for. If know how I can help out on this, that would be helpful.

I can feel your pain. For example the Xen wiki should be cleaned up..

Try this: http://wiki.xensource.com/xenwiki/XenCommonProblems
That wiki page has links to many recent wiki additions/docs.

-- Pasi

> christopher andrews-4 wrote:
> > 
> > 
> > Hello Everyone 
> > I was wondering if any has any information on what going with xen. I have
> > notice that many linux distro have start removing linux dom0 and domU's
> > support like ubunutu. I'm kinda worried on what the future is going to
> > hold for xen. Also is there any way to get ubuntu 9.10 supported has a
> > domU without using HVM because performance reasons?                         
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