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Patching pools within Xen Orchestra is now an even more turnkey experience...
Xen Orchestra 5.28
Xen Orchestra 5.28
xen-orchestra.com

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A release for Halloween? Get your Proton Pack and don't be scared: this XCP-ng 7.6 release is doing a lot to improve security....
XCP-ng 7.6
XCP-ng 7.6
xcp-ng.org

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Happy XVth Birthday, Xen - Xen Project
Happy XVth Birthday, Xen - Xen Project
15anniversary.xenproject.org

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Many issues between XenServers hosts are because NTP is not set up correctly. Reading the article at http://tinyurl.com/y8to4sxe fully and making some suggested changes fixed a whole bunch of issues I was experiencing in our XCP-ng pool.

I suggest any proper XenServer administrators out there also have a read.
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Olivier (Vates' CEO) covers the major features you will find in Xen Orchestra and how to use it in the best way possible in your XenServer or XCP-ng infrastructure.

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A new XCP-ng 7.5 ISO is available for download (2 in fact!) with new exciting features: software RAID support and netinstall.

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How to upgrade from XCP-ng 7.4 to 7.5 https://xcp-ng.org/2018/08/10/xcp-ng-7-5-upgrade/
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XCP-ng 7.5 Pro / XOA 5.25

It's the end of the holidays, which brings the Xen Orchestra 5.25 release! Various bug fixes, enhancements and some useful new options to assist you in your daily tasks. Also, starting with the latest version 7.5 of XCP-ng, the developers are offering pro support options for companies that want to use XCP-ng in a production environment with the security of our pro support.
Xen Orchestra 5.25
Xen Orchestra 5.25
xen-orchestra.com

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I've started migrating machines from our Xen Project servers to the XCP-ng pool, and found that this old tutorial is still valid. I've executed the script like in the following:

./xva.py -c /etc/xen/mailgw.cfg -n mailgw -s xcpng01 --username=root --password="yourpassword"

and the output looks like this:

VM Details:
Name: mailgw
Type: HVM
VCPUS: 2
Memory(bytes): 4294967296
ACPI: true
APIC: true
PAE: true
NX: false
Viridian: true
Disk 0(Bootable): /dev/vg01/mailgw_swap
Disk 1: /dev/vg01/mailgw_root
Connecting to target xcpng01

Processing disk /dev/vg01/mailgw_swap(4294967296 bytes)
[ #################### ] 100%
Processing disk /dev/vg01/mailgw_root(10737418240 bytes)
[ #################### ] 100%

VM Successfully streamed

My life just got a whole lot easier!

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XCP-ng 7.5 is now available to download. It’s not just following XenServer 7.5 release, it also brings exclusive features and bug fixes.
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