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[Discuss] choice of hypervisor (was gracefully shutdown guests)

Matthew Gillen wrote:
> I meant to limit my comment to say more along the lines of "mainline
> linux distros have abandoned Xen", but I flubbed it.

This is not true at all. Red Hat still ships and supports Xen kernels.
RHEL has adopted KVM as the default virtualization stack but Xen is
still there.

Debian ships and supports Qemu, KVM, VirtualBox and Xen with no
preference for any of them as they fill different roles.

SuSE ships and supports Xen and KVM.

Rich P.

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