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Can you mix a Intel xeon and I7 CPU in a FORCED resource pool?
Using vmware I have a generic machine file that I use to quickly stand up a vm then customize as I need. It's a tgz that I use and occasionally unpack and patch to keep the OS on the generic vm up to date. I'm looking to be able to do that with Xen, but I'm not sure what files I need to...
What will be the consequences if hardware failure occurs when VMs are running on a server? what will be the VM status? whether we will loose the data or not? There may be a xen-motion , but when the server crashes , what will be the status of the VM's running on that server ?