[Users] New setup - deploy OpenVZ or wait for VZ7?

jjs - mainphrame jjs at mainphrame.com
Tue Jun 7 08:43:56 PDT 2016

Thanks for that info - vzdeploy changes the picture considerably,
removing a lot of objections to the requirements.


On Tue, Jun 7, 2016 at 1:53 AM, Sergey Bronnikov <sergeyb at openvz.org> wrote:
> On 20:41 Mon 06 Jun , Volker Janzen wrote:
>> So this sentence from the quick Installation guide is just false:
>> "Alternatively, one can install OpenVZ on a pre-installed RPM based Linux
>> distribution. Supported Linux distributions: Cloud Linux 7.*, CentOS 7.*,
>> Scientific Linux 7.* etc"
>> Source: https://openvz.org/Quick_installation_of_Virtuozzo_7
> Page has been updated.
>> You're telling now it's not an alternative. It should be removed from the
>> guide, it's a huge change in the plans on how to deploy VZ7. For now, I was able
>> to fire up a CentOS 6 host and then follow the guide for installing OpenVZ. With
>> VZ7, I will need to be able to install from my own ISO image, this might cause
>> problems with the hosters I use and I really need to evaluate if this is a good
>> way to go. I really prefer OpenVZ container in favour of lxc and I'd like to
>> stay with it, but I also need an easy way to fire up a new host system.
>> > Please understand me correctly, we don't want to support a variety of all Linux zoo.
>> > It requires much more time of development, testing and support.
>> It is okay to do that. You're not alone with that. But the install guide
>> should not state an alternative in the setup guide, that is no alternative. I
>> will now need to re-evaluate VZ7 usage completly.
>> Regards,
>>     Volker
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