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Re: [Xen-API] Hello!
(Sorry for rudeness, but it sounds like asking 'may I create image with gimp?' in gimp maillist)
Yes, it's exactly XCP exists for. All nodes are joined in single management unit (named 'pool'), you can control virtual machines on all nodes from (any of node) or via XenAPI from your management software. The single doubts is about 'different hardware' - XCP designed to work on identical hardware within pool.
I'm thinking it'll be better to start from XenServer manual and small playground installation on two-three servers.
On 17.08.2011 06:08, Edward Chen wrote:
I was actually thinking about Xen straight-up. Now that you bring it up, what exactly is the XCP? Can it create Clouds as well as Hypervisor VMs? Excuse my questions as I am a bit new. What I want to achieve is: Being able to provision customers to different hardware nodes from a central node. This means passing commands to the Hypervisors on each node. Any idea on how I would approach this? On Tue, Aug 16, 2011 at 12:55 PM, Outback Dingo<outbackdingo@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:Xen pools possible though its the xen cloud platform term probably also for xen server On Aug 16, 2011 12:36 PM, "Edward Chen"<edward.chen92@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:Trying to create a Master/Slave model where 1 Host node controls many Xen slave nodes[Creating DomU's/Deleting DomU's/Start/Stop/Reboot/Health Checking] Where do I start the reading? Appreciate any responses. _______________________________________________ xen-api mailing list xen-api@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx http://lists.xensource.com/mailman/listinfo/xen-api
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