Is there a "best practices" procedure for updating the xen Dom0 environment
(kernel)? The installation of Fedora 16 with xen 4 was a breeze and it has
been running and performing well for ~ eight Months.  Performing an update
on the Dom0 kernel, however, does not seem to be covered in the standard
documentation. Using Yum to update the kernel does not rebuild or change the
xen.gz and the new kernel will not boot the xen dom0.   Does anyone have any
experience with this?   

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