By ash on Aug 07, 2007
First we start with Ubuntu Linux booting and running in a Logical Domain. You can see that CPU DR is also implemented so the OS can cope with dynamically adding and removing CPUs from the domain without having to reboot first.
Then just for kicks and grins, I create another guest domain - this time running Solaris 10 - Just to prove that you really can run different Operating Systems on the same chip in separate domains. (btw: this also shows both Solaris and Linux booting in parallel in a race to the login: prompt).