e-masson at kisoft-services.com
Sat Mar 19 13:04:33 PST 2005
"Macy, Kip" <Kip.Macy at netapp.com> writes:
> In all fairness I'd like to say that Nate put me in touch with someone
> to commit the work. At about the same time I discovered a rather
> annoying bug (since fixed), and I haven't followed back up.
> For those who would like to try it out I just submitted a sparse tree
> patch against the development branch (xeno-unstable.bk), that I
> believe will be committed shortly.
> It and a kernel can be found at:
> You'll find some very basic instructions for booting a FreeBSD guest
> on xen one level up.
Ok, I'll give it a shot asap
> To avoid premature enthusiasm I'd like to point out that FreeBSD is
> currently only supported as an unprivileged guest. DOM0 support is not
> that much work, it simply isn't a priority at the moment.
Ok, not really annoying, Manuel Bouyer is working on domain0 support for
NetBSD, so I won't have to install some linux on the box ;)
As my girlfriend would like me to keep the bare minimum number of
machines here, Xen is the way to run Net/Free/DFly and maybe some
dreadful Debian on a single amd64 machine.
Regarding this kind of setup, do you know if Xen could support amd64 in
domain0 and mix amd64/ia32 kernels/userlands in other domains ?
SP: Aux dernière nouvelles, MOSXS est "due... in the next few weeks".
EL: La bonne nouvelle, est que vu la tournure des événements, on va
EL: bientôt être sûr que MacOS X Server est bien compatible an 2000 ;-)
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