Hi JD,

I have something similar to Brian.  I actually use file-based filesystems (for 
now), and so I have several images of different distros that I use.

How would I set that up in XenMan?  The (manual) process I currently go 
through is this:

  - Create directory for new VM
  - Copy images for swap and the server I wish to run (Ubuntu, CentOS, 
Mandriva, etc.) to the directory created for them
  - Create config file in '/etc/xen' (editing the VM-specific parameters, such 
as RAM, location of "disks", name, etc.)

That's really about it.  I haven't seen how to set Xen up to be able to do at 
least the copying of the images.

-Alan Murrell

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