We are still using VMware Server so I would vote "yes". (We also use
Xen, VirtualBox,
and KVM prioritized in that order.)

Mark

On Tue, Feb 9, 2010 at 12:04 PM, Josh Thompson <josh_thomp...@ncsu.edu>wrote:

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> When we released VCL 2.1, we had the following road map for 2.2 and 2.3:
>
> VCL 2.2
>
>    * support for xCAT 2.3
>    * improve cluster reservations
>    * improve block reservations(rename to block allocations)
>
> VCL 2.3
>
>    * Service deployments
>    * power management
>    * VMWare Free Server 2.x
>
> I'd like to propose swapping "improve cluster reservations" and "VMWare
> Free
> Server 2.x".  We don't hear much about people using cluster reservations,
> and
> they work fairly well if you only have one management node.  Windows 7
> works
> much better under VMWare Free Server 2.x; so, it would probably provide
> more
> value to everyone to get that support added in sooner than reworking the
> cluster reservation code.  That would give us this road map:
>
> VCL 2.2
>
>    * support for xCAT 2.3
>    * VMWare Free Server 2.x
>    * improve block reservations(rename to block allocations)
>
> VCL 2.3
>
>    * Service deployments
>    * power management
>    * improve cluster reservations
>
> Any thoughts?
>
> Thanks,
> Josh
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