The documentation in this section,, describes advanced management tasks and configuration options that might help technology innovators implement leading-edge virtualization solutions. It is provided as a courtesy and does not imply that all documented options and tasks are supported by Novell, Inc.
Virtualization technology is being rapidly developed. In an effort to keep you up to date on the most current information, this documentation will be updated more often than traditional Novell product documentation. To create a more dynamic environment, it will quickly include any feedback and new virtualization discoveries made by you and users like you through the User Comments feature at the bottom of each page.
Although a more dynamic documentation environment can be beneficial, there will also be some drawbacks. The information might not have gone through a formal editing cycle before being published. The information might be less authoritative, might not completely cover obvious topics, and could have more typos than traditional product documentation. It might also include untested instructions for virtualization procedures you might want to try.
The success of this documentation strategy depends on you and a community of users providing valuable feedback to help Novell and others use virtualization. We realize that many of you are experts on virtualization and enterprise-wide operating systems based on Linux and open source.
We encourage you to use thefeature at the bottom of each page of the online documentation to post a comment, clarification, or a discovery you have made about the task or technology described on the page. To propose new topics or make general comments about the entire collection of virtualization documentation, please use the User Comments feature at the bottom of this page.
We are experimenting with this type of publishing model to provide you with the best information services possible.