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RE: XCP-ng LiveCD Available?
@borzel Yes, exactly what I was thinking. In the SmartOS community, they do something similar in that they can save the "live" configuration to a local drive or USB, for example and the state is saved for the next boot. The main reason that SmartOS (Solaris --> OpenSolaris --> Illumos based ) runs from RAM is that it helps with speed, plus it allows for a simple mechanism for upgrades in that the "data" and "VM's" are separated so a new version of the OS/hypervisor is just to boot it up. I think that this is a very nice approach and is something that would be useful for the LiveCD version that I am working on.
XCP-ng LiveCD Available?
I was recently thinking that it might be helpful for people interested in XCP-ng if there was a LIveCD that they could boot up without writing to their hard drives to test it out before installing it.
With that in mind, I was not sure if XCP-ng already had a LiveCD in the works, and if so, I would be interested it getting it so that I could test on some systems before installing it.
If there is not an XCP-ng LiveCD effort, then I was thinking to try to learn enough to perhaps put one together.
Any thoughts or suggestions on this would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks and have a great weekend.