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Re: xen limitations?





On 3/3/06, Jeremy Katz <katzj redhat com> wrote:
On Fri, 2006-03-03 at 07:59 +0100, Roger Grosswiler wrote:
> Just a short question, i never read about (and perhaps i missed it) - is
> xen still limited to a minimum of 256 mb ram per domain? Or is it 256 mb
> ram for the hypervisor?

The 256 meg of RAM was for doing a guest install -- now that I've fixed
some of the memory usage in anaconda, I should bump that down some.
You're still going to be running pretty slim if you only have 256 megs
of ram in the box, though

Jeremy


http://www.freebsd.org/releases/6.0R/installation-i386.html
FreeBSD for the i386 requires a 486 or better processor and at least 24 MB of RAM.

http://fedora.redhat.com/docs/release-notes/fc5/test2-latest-en/sn-arch-specific.html#sn-arch-specific-x86-hardware-reqs
7.2.1.1.1. Memory Requirements

This section lists the memory required to install Fedora Core 5 test2.

This list is for 32-bit x86 systems:

  • Minimum for text-mode: 64MB

  • Minimum for graphical: 192MB

  • Recommended for graphical: 256MB


With only 256MB total of memory, you going to be pushing it :)

If you only allocate 24MB to freebsd, I can't begin to imagine how bad its going to run either.

But over all, I guess it word work, painfully but it would work


 



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