Projects / DTC-Xen


DTC-Xen is a Xen dom0 application and SOAP server (with authentication and SSL) through which a Domain Technologie Control (DTC) Web hosting panel can be connected to manage your VMs. It supports remote start, shutdown, and destroy of your virtual machines, fsck, and OS reinstallation (Debian, CentOS, Gentoo, and NetBSD are supported), as well as SSH login in the physical console (with the ability to remotely change the SSH password). It also displays CPU and network graphs that can be used to analyze the performance of your virtual machines.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  17 Sep 2006 11:15

    Release Notes: There was a bug in the calculation of the MAC address when calling changeBSDKernel to be able to change the kernel between NORMAL and INSTALL. It's now resolved. Be sure also to update DTC to the latest CVS version.

    •  15 Sep 2006 10:32

      Release Notes: This version adds the vif= statement in the xen startup script of each VM, so it's now possible to use the anti-spoofing system of the Xen scripts. It also automatically calculates a MAC address for each VM, based on the VPS server node number and the virtual machine number.

      •  13 Sep 2006 11:38

        Release Notes: This version brings the possibility to do fsck and full reinstallation of an operating system (Debian, CentOS, NetBSD, or Gentoo). It also automaticaly changes the default Debian sshd_config to remove port forwarding, which could be a security issue if running dtc-xen (since somebody with a login could have access to all the VMs). DTC-Xen is now production ready, as it has been fully tested and works with both Xen 2 and 3 and on the amd64 architecture. Note that you have to manually fix a bug in python-soappy if using amd64 to have it fully functional.

        •  10 Aug 2006 02:35

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


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