XenAPI's bootloader for EL-based guests
The Xen Cloud Platform (XCP) is a free software enterprise-ready server virtualization and cloud computing platform, with support for a range of guest operating systems, Linux network and storage support.
XCP addresses the needs of cloud providers, hosting services and data centers by combining the isolation and multitenancy capabilities of the Xen hypervisor with enhanced security, storage and network virtualization technologies to offer a rich set of virtual infrastructure cloud services. The platform also address user requirements for security, availability, performance and isolation across both private and public clouds.
XCP consolidates server workloads, enables savings in power, cooling, and management costs and thus contributing to environmentally sustainable computing, an increased ability to adapt to ever-changing IT environments, an optimized use of existing hardware, and an improved level of IT reliability.
This package provides a bootloader for EL-based Linux distributions. This bootloader takes care of booting PV guests for distributions that don't have good support for operation as a Xen domU guest.
20 March 2013
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