04-12-2012 01:08 AM
04-13-2012 09:16 AM
If this is a dedicated machine, just let the install ISO put down the included CentOS image and run with it.
If you're trying to install on a server running other software, I'd be worried about unexpected interactions with the other software.
To keep AMP happy, we put a hypervisor on the existing box, and gave 80% of the machine to AMP in it's own VM
It's working great, although AMP does take longer to start up than I'd expect (2-7 minutes) which I'm told is a side effect of running virtual.
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