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RE: [Xen-users] Supported Distros

  • To: "Fajar A. Nugraha" <fajar@xxxxxxxxx>, <Xen-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • From: "Jonathan Tripathy" <jonnyt@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2010 09:46:15 +0100
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  • Delivery-date: Wed, 16 Jun 2010 01:50:30 -0700
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  • Thread-topic: [Xen-users] Supported Distros


From: Fajar A. Nugraha [mailto:fajar@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Wed 16/06/2010 09:42
To: Jonathan Tripathy
Cc: Xen-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [Xen-users] Supported Distros

On Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 3:30 PM, Jonathan Tripathy <jonnyt@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> This sounds like a good option. What do I have to do at that link? Do I
> install all those RPMs? Or just one of them? And do I just leave the kernel
> alone?

Note that gitco only provides xen RPM for x86_64. You need to download
http://www.gitco.de/repo/GITCO-XEN3.4.2_x86_64.repo (for 3.4.2), put
it on /etc/yum.repos.d, and simply run "yum install xen" (or simply
"yum update", if you have the time and network speed to update all
other packages as well).

It should configure your system to use new version of Xen while still
using old kernel. Look at /boot/grub/menu.lst before and after yum
update to see the difference.



HI Fajar,

Thanks for that. I'll give that a shot later this evening and let you know how it goes. I use 64bit all the time by the way, to make use of the extra RAM. I think I've tried the above in the past, but followed this guide: http://www.syntaxtechnology.com/2010/01/upgrade-xen-3-0-on-centos-5-4-x86_64-to-xen-3-4-2/

but it replaced the kernel...

What is the best way to make sure that the same kernel is used? Just run yum update xen?



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