SAP on XEN
pdcnotes at us.ibm.com
Tue Feb 26 09:38:20 MET 2008
I have no idea how zen works, but the VM needs to be able to virtualize
any privileged or device call the virtual host makes. It can only
virtualize what it knows about. If the virtual host has a requirement for
a driver that the VM does not support, there could be problems. My 2 cents
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SAP on XEN
I'm going to play around with SAP on XEN (SLES10) and I've found a small
thing which confuses me a bit.
SAP Note 962334 says it is required that both host and guest system have
the same package patch level installed.
This doesn't make any sense to me, because the guest systems should be
completely independent from the host system when it comes to installed
software (at least to my understanding). The only real dependency that
comes to my mind is the kernel package...
Does anybody have a little bit more background information on this?
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