> Folks, I am totally ignorant about xen, and while I've
> been doing a little reading, I've not yet figured out if
> xen is running under CentOS or if CentOS is running under
> xen on this 5.2 version of CentOS. I do know that the whole
> system from the user standpoint is way slower than it was
> under 4.7. Heck, I can't even find much on what to do
> with xen, much less figure out how to use it. Question...
> is there a kernel for 5.2 that does not have xen built into
> it, and if so, where is it? Perhaps someone can give me a
> short tutorial about its value or use, or point me to a
> place where it's use is described in lay terms? I'm
> very comfortable with CentOS, but this is a whole
> 'nother ball game !
For such a general enquiry, try google....
CentOS mailing list