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Applies to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP4

Part I Getting Started with Xen

1 Introduction to Xen Virtualization

Virtualization of operating systems is used in many different computing areas. It finds its applications in server consolidation, energy saving efforts, or the ability to run older software on new hardware, for example. This chapter introduces and explains the components and technologies you need to…

2 Setting Up a Virtual Machine Host

This section documents how to set up and use SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP4 as a virtual machine host.

3 Setting Up Virtual Machines

A virtual machine is comprised of data and operating system files that define the virtual environment. Virtual machines are hosted and controlled by the VM Host Server. This section provides generalized instructions for installing virtual machines.

4 Updating SLE 10 Systems to SLE 11

The update of a Xen VM Host Server is done similarly to the update of a normal SUSE Linux Enterprise system. Simply follow the update description of the new SUSE Linux Enterprise system.

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