ray at aarden
Jul 3, 2012, 7:17 PM
Post #3 of 4
On Tue, Jul 3, 2012 at 7:17 AM, <ray [at] aarden> wrote:
> The Kronos page:
> includes these two entries:
> A couple of network-related notes
> + XAPI expects to run in a clean environment,
> and listens on ports 80 and 443. If you're
> running anything else on these ports
> (typically Apache/Apache2), then you're
> likely to have problems.
> + There is a known bug (which needs to be
> fixed) which means that in certain
> circumstances when you are using VPN
> software (e.g. when you have a tun0
> interface listed in ifconfig), xapi
> will fail. Please ensure that you remove
> all such software before attempting to
> run xcp-xapi.
> Do these mean that Apache and VPN can not be run with Xen or possibly
> that they can be run from VMs?
Those notes should only apply to the system running xapi, which is the
dom0. domUs (i.e. VMs) should be unaffected.
And also note that it doesn't specifically blacklist only apache;
rather it says that you shouldn't have anything on dom0 which listens
on port 80 and 443.
Does this mean that one or more domUs can run Apache? Will they be on
virtual ports 80 and 443? If so, what is it call where Xen translates
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