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[Xen-users] running a hypervisor inside a domU guest?

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  • From: David Grundy <dagrundy@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 1 Oct 2010 16:58:45 -0700
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Hello All:

I am not sure if the question I am asking makes sense but I am trying to set up a testbed for provisioning customized vms and the only machines that I have root access to are vms.  What I am wondering... is there any way to have a domU running as a dom0 so that any vm creating and destroy can be done inside of a vm.  I tried to naively install xen and xen-libs with yum and my vm came back up after a reboot, but I can't seem to get xend running on it.  I have tried to search for examples of this but have come up empty.  Is this even possible?


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