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Default howto Windows domU on Xen3.3 - Ubuntu8.10 dom0 Help please

Hi Everybody,

I have installed xen3.3 compiled ubuntu8.10(2.6.27-11-server) kernel on my server by following the Xen installation Guide from "http://howtoforge.org/installing-xen...tu-8.10-x86_64" forum

I am able to install it successfully and able to create guest domU Linux clients on the Xen server. After this I got the following dobts and questions.
Can someone please provide some solution to these requests below.


1) Can we create Windows domU on Xen-ubuntu server ? How do we create it? If not is there any work around for this?

2) How do we duplicate or clone and existing VM( domU ) with and without it running?



It would be really great if you could answer this question or if you can direct to any place Where I can find information on this.

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1) Can we create Windows domU on Xen-ubuntu server ? How do we create it? If not is there any work around for this?
Take a look here: http://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-run...n-lenny-x86_64

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2) How do we duplicate or clone and existing VM( domU ) with and without it running?
You can do this with dd. Create a copy of the disk images (or LVM volumes) and then create a new configuration file for the new guest in /etc/xen.

This link should give you the idea: http://blog-grid.blogspot.com/2007/0...ne-xen-vm.html
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Take a look here: http://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-run...n-lenny-x86_64

You can do this with dd. Create a copy of the disk images (or LVM volumes) and then create a new configuration file for the new guest in /etc/xen.

This link should give you the idea: http://blog-grid.blogspot.com/2007/0...ne-xen-vm.html
Thanks a lot for directing me.
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