Accessing Data on Xen Guest Image

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Accessing xen guest image is very easy if the image is not lvm partitioned. But the main problem arise when the image is of lvm format and normal mount command cannot be used. Here I will show both the way. The first is when ext filesystem is used, and the second is when lvm is used...

Why OpenVZ and not XEN.

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A very nice discussion on the comparison and preference of OpenVZ over Xen. Also, great SysAdmin articles at the FAQs and TIPs section: hosting & sysadmin

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