(Edited topic to reflect renaming of hass.io to “Home Assistant Supervised”)
Hi everybody, it seems that nowadays Home Assistant Supervised/hass.io is the preferred way to use Home Assistant, with much better integration into third party modules/extensions than e.g. the “naked” docker container I am running now (ist this true, or am I wrong?).
Now if I want to migrate to Home Assistant Supervised/hass.io I can of course use a raspberry pi 4, which is a very fine machine, but for various reasons I would prefer the normal PC architecture.
There are hass.io images for Nuc and various virtualization systems around. Is there any reason not to use Xen for this? I really do not want to use bare metal (Nucs). Xen is what I am comfortable with, and use for other things. Of course converting the hass.io images is trivial, but will I run into problems later on? Does anybody use hass.io on Xen in production (on Debian amd64 to be exact)?