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Old 05-08-2007, 09:30 PM   #1
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how to optimize available memory for xen Server on openSUSE

I'm running openSUSE 10.2 on a slightly older machine it's purpose is to serve as our internal web & test server. Hardware specs:

dual processor P3 Xeon 733
1GB Ram
100GB combined Hard drive.

I've installed 1 VM with 256MB of memory. Everything boots fine, but the Host server only reports 490MB of ram installed on the system & of that 10MB is available.

How do I make the remaining 400+ MB of ram available to the host system. I need to add at least 1 more VM to this box.



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