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Latest Xen Project Blog Posts

Automotive, Security and the Future of the Xen Project at The Xen Project Developer and Design Summit

The Xen Developer and Design Summit schedule is now live! This conference combines the formats of the Xen Project Developer Summits with the Xen Project Hackathons. If you are part of the Xen Project’s community of developers and power users, come join us in Budapest, Hungary, July 11 – 13 for this must-attend event! The […]

Announcing the Windows PV Console Driver

It has long been the case that all HVM guests under Xen are provided with a PV console. You can attach to this console in the same way that you attach to the console of a PV guest, by typing in the control domain: xl console name_of_guest Until recently there has been no Windows PV […]

Updates on XSA-213, XSA-214 and XSA-215

Today we released three patches for the following vulnerabilities: XSA-213, XSA-214 and XSA-215. Xen Project follows industry-accepted best practices regarding software security. This includes observing an embargo period, during which time the Xen Project security team will assess, respond, and prepare patches fixing the vulnerability, and distribute them privately to software and cloud providers before […]

Latest Planet Blog Posts

Combined XenServer pool stats

Discover how Xen Orchestra help you to understand your XenServer pool behavior with combined statistics!

XenServer High-Availability Alternative HA-Lizard

WHY HA AND WHAT IT DOES XenServer (XS) contains a native high-availability (HA) option which allows quite a bit of flexibility in determining the state of a pool of hosts and under what circumstances Virtual Machines (VMs) are to be restarted on alternative hosts in the event of the loss of the ability of a host to be able to serve VMs. HA is a very useful feature that protects VMs from staying failed in the event of a server crash or other incident that makes VMs inaccessible. Allowing a XS pool to help itself maintain the functionality of VMs is...