On 07/29/2011 03:18 PM, W. Michael Petullo wrote:
> My understanding is that xl is the way forward and it may be
> helpful to support smaller installations.

How small is the smallest Fedora these days?  I seem to recall just
@core being near 500MB.  Not disagreeing in theory, just wondering if it
makes any practical difference.  No other deps on python in @core?

> Here are the Python programs that I found in my Xen packages:
> /usr/bin/pygrub

At this point, I always use pygrub with my Xen installs, though I
realize that it's not required (I don't like to update the config files
when a kernel upgrade comes in).  Just one data point.


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