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Re: [Fedora-xen] Fedora's Xen Compared to XenExpress



If you're thinking of using Fedora Xen in production, my advice is to use RHEL or CentOS instead. Maybe things have gotten better, but in the FC5 and FC6 days, I was burned many times by "upgrading" only to find that the new xen had a bug with the new kernel, and that there was no good way to roll back upgrades to Xen, just the kernel. It may be that you need features not available in RHEL or CentOS, but I didn't, and I've been a much happier camper on something where I don't have to fear updates quite as much.

On Nov 13, 2007, at 4:02 AM, thewird wrote:

Reason being the only reason I'm still using XenEnterprise for my VPS's
is because of the network limiter and the nice graphs which (which I
could live without). With XenSource being bought out by Citrix and the
price tripling for a license, I'm looking for alternatives. I asked the
datacenter already to ship me one of my dual-core's so I could test
Fedora 8 at home.


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