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Mar 25 2009   8:00AM GMT

Booting and configuring a Xen Host

BrentSheets Brent Sheets Profile: BrentSheets

Overview: “Provides a complete foundation in virtualization, XEN, and competing approaches with in-depth discussions of installing, configuring, and using XEN, including detailed examples of XEN configuration files, system configuration files, and system-level configuration information.”

This free chapter has been selected from Professional Xen Virtualization by Wrox. Enjoy the chapter and be sure to check out the related Xen resources listed below. Voice your feedback on this chapter or let us know of other books you’d like to see featured on the IT Bookworm Blog by leaving a comment below to let us know. Thanks.

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Professional Xen Virtualization Written by
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William von Hagen
Professinal Xen Virtualization
January 29, 2008

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Chapter Four: Booting and configuring a Xen Host

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