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Xen Missing?


DuncanBain
11-06-2009, 18:36
Works ok *I think*, hard to tell because I'm getting some console problems, seems to be a bug . Trying to fix it now...

ruperthair
11-06-2009, 18:07
Quote Originally Posted by DuncanBain
Also, link doesn't work?
Yeah, Ashley's got a nice domain for it.

Quote Originally Posted by DuncanBain
Ignore, found your post in the wiki thread, guessing this is your article http://ovhwiki.com/index.php?title=Xen ?
That's the one. Please let me know how it works and if you have any problems.

DuncanBain
11-06-2009, 17:10
Ignore, found your post in the wiki thread, guessing this is your article http://ovhwiki.com/index.php?title=Xen ?

DuncanBain
11-06-2009, 17:05
Thanks for the offer, I'll no doubt need a hand on the network side of things, can't remember for the life of me how to set it up without using bridges! Also, link doesn't work?

ruperthair
11-06-2009, 08:16
DuncanBain: If you'd like to install Xen on top of centos or Debian, I can give you a hand. There are a few tips here:

http://ovh.wikidot.com/xen

Neil
10-06-2009, 09:59
Hi

The present distribution of Xen we offer is not compatible with the AMD Kimsufi XL, however we do plan to update the Xen Distro we offer to a newer Kernel which supports the AMD Chips.

DuncanBain
10-06-2009, 02:07
Even though it's an AMD LE1660 it's still 64bit.

freshwire
10-06-2009, 01:58
The lower end kimsufi's probably are 32bit not 64bit

DuncanBain
10-06-2009, 01:24
Quote Originally Posted by kro
DuncanBain wrote:
> As title really. Went to reinstall the OS on my server and noticed than
> Xen was missing from the list?


It's only available for dedicated servers (not RPS) that support 64bit systems.
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Felix
OVH Team
My server is a Kimsufi, but I just assumed what is available for OVH would be for Kimsufi? Xen was available on my first Kimsufi server before I re-ordered not long ago again.

kro
09-06-2009, 23:06
DuncanBain wrote:
> As title really. Went to reinstall the OS on my server and noticed than
> Xen was missing from the list?


It's only available for dedicated servers (not RPS) that support 64bit systems.
--
Felix
OVH Team

marks
09-06-2009, 09:34
That's weird anyway. What server do you have?

You should find "Operating system VPS Xen 3.2 (Debian 4.0)" under "Ready-to-go distribution".

Cheers, mate!

DuncanBain
09-06-2009, 02:55
Yeah true, did cross my mind. The OVH default install just saves a lot of hassle with the non-bridged internet/network problems.

freshwire
09-06-2009, 00:15
I guess you could install it on top of a basic OS yourself ?

DuncanBain
08-06-2009, 18:37
As title really. Went to reinstall the OS on my server and noticed than Xen was missing from the list?