So sadly my post yesterday has become a failed attempt. It turns out XenServer is x64 only and ESXI cant for what ever reasion read my drives. So the only option left that I know of is to run vmware workstation inside windows and that does me no good what so ever. I am gonna look for some more programs to run on it that would do exactly what I want to do. I will let you guys know if I find anything
Ok so here is the deal. A while back I bought those servers if you recall and now I am going to use one of them! For a few months now I have had this old p4 computer sitting next to my desk running a home webserver along with my pbx phone system for my work line. Well it idles most of the time and really is not that powerful and just uses up power and space and does not get much use. So I am going to start testing a couple different virtualization applications and see what one is the best solution for what I am going to be doing. The ones I intend to test as of right now are XenServer and vmware ESXi.
Dual Processor AMD Athlon 2GHz
2u Rackmount form factor
Run my home webserver phone pbx and a few other applications within multiple operating systems within the single server. This will allow me to run both windows and linux along side each other while still having decent performance for what ever applications I may need to run.
Long story short look for my upcoming venture into the virtual server world as I try and get this server to function on a task that it was not intended to perform