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Old 12-10-2010, 12:11 PM
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Default Aura S8800 Midsize Multiple OS

Hi ,

Does anyone know how to install multiple OS ( linux redhat 5 (32)/ window 2008) on aura system platform? current system is S8800(dual server) with cm 5.2.1. First server I'm running MBT Templates and on 2nd server I would like to install One-X portal and other window server applications. 2nd server running on linux 62bits and one-x need 32 bits version.

So,anyone knows how to install multiple OS on aura system platform and how many VM accept by aura system platform. Please share your experiences on this.

Thanks!
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