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Fedora Core 7 (FC7) Xen/KVM Guide
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System Requirements

  • For Xen, GRUB, the default boot loader for is required 1

  • For KVM, the system must have a CPU with virtualization support.
  • Sufficient storage space for the guest operating systems. A minimal command-line Fedora system requires around 600MB of storage, a standard desktop Fedora system requires around 3GB.
  • Generally speaking, at least 256 megs of RAM per guest plus 256 for the base OS. Practically speaking, it is hard to do work with virtualization with less than 1 GB of RAM.

Fedora Core 7 (FC7) Xen/KVM Guide
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