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Switched completely to the new backend virtual machine api. This new one (vmctl) is like the last one (vmvmd) a custom api. But whereas the last one was written as a single threaded network server, the new one is apache/cgi based. This allows apache to control the message queues, which should be more reliable and more efficient. Additionally the backend is extended to support dynamips and qemu/kvm, so expect windows 2008 to appear soon (no tutorials written for it yet). It also supports qemu vnc, so you get desktop graphics too. Front end updated to provide this via http proxy and a tightvnc java applet. I have been running both backends side by side for a few months, and no problems have been detected yet.
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