I am on to creating a new AMI image for CentOS 6.4. Until now I was on CentOS 5.6. I started with the CentOS market place image, and what I noticed is that it is running a regular kernel and not xen kernel, unlike my CentOS 5.6 image.
I am trying to answer following questions to my self.
- Does EC2 need a xen-enabled kernel at all?
I stalled a Centos 4.8 with Kernel 2.6.9-89. And now I want to re-build the kernel for Disable USB device except USB mouse.It said:"Linux wspc1062 2.6.9-89.ELsmp #1 SMP Mon Jun 22 12:31:... [by sanderschen]
To expand on what gerald said ... it is a CentOS kernel in the sense that it came from the xen4centos repo, but it is not a CentOS kernel in the sense that it is based on the kernel from kernel.org... [by toracat]