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

Pavel Gashev Pax at acronis.com
Tue Jun 7 12:47:55 PDT 2016

Those could be the same way. One can maintain its own distro for bare metal, but support other distros. It's an Open Source. I believe OpenVZ will accept patches related to other distros. Why not? 

On 07/06/16 11:07, "users-bounces at openvz.org on behalf of Narcis Garcia" <users-bounces at openvz.org on behalf of informatica at actiu.net> wrote:

>I see two ways:
>A) Support main GNU/Linux distros (much time of development)
>B) Maintain own GNU/Linux ~ VzLinux (much time of development)
>= supporting a maintained zoo or maintaining own animal at home
>Ubuntu can have an analogous relation with Debian as VzLinux with RHEL.
>They have much time of development too.
>El 07/06/16 a les 02:44, Raghavendra Bhat ha escrit:
>> spameden posts
>>>> 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.
>>> That's a shame. Another nail in the coffin of OpenVZ.. :(
>> Sergey as spameden aptly posts, unsupported GNU/Linux should not
>> happen as Virtuozzo runs on top of many, many different distributions.
>> At least Parallels OpenVZ Project does.  Try to be as portable as you
>> can, VZ7 should not get isolated and unused due to your rigid stance.
>> It might be a nightmare to support various distros but it enhances the
>> reach of VZ (Virtuozzo).
>> You have to seriously consider support.  Your product will get rugged
>> in the process of testing, development and support.
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