i am using proxmox KVM.. on 3 base servers for more then 2 years.
i do migrate, backup and all the process intensive task and every
thing. till today i havent found any issue related to stabitliy.
once i remeber i havent started my virtual machines for 4 monts,and my
base, i never found a reason to restart the base server for about a
year. but then my HD died
my virtual base is running more then 15 VMs. i haven't tried Xen yet
so nothing to add about stability in Xen.
On Tue, Aug 21, 2012 at 8:23 PM, francis picabia <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 2:59 AM, Tom H <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Unless there's a fedora-devel thread where this was discussed, there's
>> probably no way to know why RHEL6 switched to kvm except to assume
>> that kvm's in-kernel and xen isn't. This has changed in the latest
>> kernels so xen support might very well be re-added, and possibly
>> favored, in RHEL7.
> This is uninformed. I don't know why you bother to write it.
> Please visit the Redhat web site and search for information on virtualization.
> Here is one of the many news items one can google showing Redhat
> has dropped Xen in favour of KVM. KVM is the cornerstone of Redhat's
> attempt to compete with VMware solution. Xen support in Redhat
> is set to expire in 2014.
> Here is the 2008 announcement regarding Redhat's purchase of Qumaranet, which
> may answer some questions about xen and kvm in Redhat's future (now
> the present).
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