[Users] running with no limits?

Steve Wray steve.wray at cwa.co.nz
Tue Jul 8 23:13:00 EDT 2008

No answers? Its been a while...

We have a bunch of openvz VMs, nothing 'in production'. The host has 4G 
of RAM. I want all the VMs to have access to 4G of RAM and all the 
sockets and other stuff that they may need at any time; I don't have 
time to carefuly tune the parameters of all of them to just what they 
need and no more.

I don't mind or care that they are over-committed I just want them to 
have max resources.


Steve Wray wrote:
> Hi there,
> I have a server running OpenVZ with several VMs running on it.
> At the moment I have to specify various limits to each VM configuration 
> and, when they hit their limits strange things can happen.
> Ideally I'd let them all have full access to all the resources available 
> on the physical server. They can fight it out among themselves if they 
> want to compete for the resources. Most of these VMs are quiescent and 
> not actually doing much at all most of the time anyway.
> I've not been able to figure out how to configure OpenVZ like this 
> though. Is it something I have to set in each VM config file? Or is it a 
> server-wide thing?
> Any ideas?
> Thanks!
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