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Re: [Xen-users] official xen limits

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  • From: George Shuklin <george.shuklin@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 04 Nov 2010 07:20:01 +0300
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In my very own experience SUSE kernel is more reliable for xen than
RHEL/CenOS (2.6.18). I can not  say about userspace part, but their
kernel have an nasty bug - when domU memory running out and maxmem >>
mem, it start oom_killer, and not for most badness application but for
every single process... Same bug exists in debian (most strongly in
lenny, lesser in squeeze), but I was unable to reproduce it in SUSE

Ð ÐÑÐ, 03/11/2010 Ð 10:06 +0100, Daniel ÐÐÑÐÑ:
> Hi!
> Can someone tell me where I can find an official webpage that states
> XEN's limits (for instance max vcpus, max memory / domu etc)? I just
> can't find such page :-)
> And another question:
> If I want a very stable and easily installable dom0 system that is
> CentOS or OpenSUSE, that are the pros and cons between the two? I know
> that OpenSUSE has newer versions of XEN, so that might be a pro, but
> CentOS might be more stable because of the very same fact.
> Thanks in advance!
> Regards,
> Daniel
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