Deliver high availability with a Xen virtual server

How to use the IBM System Director Virtual Availability Manager to implement Xen virtual server high availability

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Da Shuang He and Zhou Ma

Date archived: May 14, 2019 | First published: October 01, 2008

Get step-by-step details to implement Xen virtual server high availability via the IBM® System Director Virtual Availability Manager. The Virtual Availability Manager is included in the IBM System Director Virtualization Manager package, an extension for IBM Director. In this article, the authors walk you through all the steps, from prerequisites and setup to troubleshooting—everything you need to get started delivering virtual high availability capabilities.

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