Am Montag 13 Dezember 2010, 00:14:39 schrieben Sie: > The best option would be to have NetBSD as a xen dom0, a NetBSD domU as > mail and web server and another domU for Win2K but as far as I know, > NetBSD as dom0 is unable to map more than one cpu. The machine is a quad > core, so it would be a huge resource waste. ...just in addition. I'm sorry for the religious NetBSD users, but we run several HP proliant machines with a XEN Gentoo Linux Dom0 (Xen kernel sources adopted from Layman / openSuSe and/or Jeremy's Xen sources). NetBSD Dom0 on bare metal doesn't fit our needs because we can't get any special HP hardware running (i.e. smart array controls, iLo/IPMI access and more) under NetBSD Dom0. For us on typical NOC IP servers the couple: - Gentoo Linux Dom0 (Gentoo should be easily to find in for typical *BSD users as it adopt's many of *BSD typical habits) with - NetBSD DomU's on top (plus a few further Gentoo DomUs for Linux users) are our main choice with excellent experiences. This gives us the most out of the HP hardware facilities, a current Xen incl. performance and NetBSD comfort / quality. But i'm still interested in peoples which are running NetBSD Dom0 in production on HP proliants with a full working set of the HP management and monitoring features etc. best regards, Niels. -- --- Niels Dettenbach --- Syndicat IT&Internet http://www.syndicat.com T.-Muentzer.-Str. 2, 37308 Heilbad Heiligenstadt - DE --- Kryptoinfo: PGP public key ID 651CA20D Fingerprint: 55E0 4DCD B04C 4A49 1586 88AE 54DC 4465 651C A20D https://syndicat.com/pub_key.asc ---
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