All of the PV machines are Gentoo so I can't comment on the client upgrade for Debian but it shouldn't be that difficult.
Perform upgrade After changing apt sources we need to update source list using the following command Note:-dist-upgrade was renamed to full-upgrade in lenny’s aptitude; or you can use:apt-get dist-upgrade This will take a while depending on what packages you have installed (that will need to be upgraded) and on your internet connection speed.
After this is done you will have to reboot your system in order to activate the kernel upgrade to the lenny 2.6.26 kernel.
With Lenny the same kernel can be used, or the standard Debian xen kernel (2.6.26 based) can be used instead.
Debian Lenny’s release is getting closer and closer and many people will want to upgrade their Etch servers to Lenny.
Unfortunately, I believe there is no automatic upgrade path (via dist-upgrade) between Xen 3.0 and Xen 3.2.
(Xen 3.0 is listed as an obsolete package in the lenny release notes).
All apt-get did was download the appropriate packages and install them.
After making sure the grub config is correct and will be booting 3.2 all of my paravirtual machines booted up.
What steps should I follow to end up with the server running lenny/xen3.2 and the virtual machines running lenny?