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Re: [Xen-users] any opinions on debian vs. opensuse for Xen?

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  • From: George Shuklin <george.shuklin@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 17 Oct 2010 03:37:44 +0400
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In my tests opensuse works with Xen so perfectly so I become afraid it.

It works even more better, than RHEL, which one have few minor glitches
in memory usage under xen.

Ð ÐÐÑ, 16/10/2010 Ð 14:27 -0400, Miles Fidelman ÐÐÑÐÑ:
> Hi Folks,
> I've been getting just a little fed up with the state of Xen on Debian 
> Lenny - there are a couple of known bugs that lead to periodic kernel 
> panics - but fixes haven't made it into the Lenny distribution.  I'm 
> sort of waiting to see how things shake out with Debian Squeeze, when it 
> becomes stable, but...
> I've been noticing that Suse (both the enterprise and OpenSuse versions) 
> seem to stress support for Xen, as well as for BTRFS (which I've been 
> keeping my eyes on).
> So... I'm wondering if anybody has any opinions, based on direct, 
> hands-on experience on Debian vs. OpenSuse as a base for a configuration 
> consisting of 2 production machines configured for high-availability 
> failover of Xen VMs, using DRBD and Pacemaker?
> Thanks much,
> Miles Fidelman

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