[Users] Will ReadyKernel be available for OpenVZ 7 in the future?

Andre Moruga amoruga at virtuozzo.com
Sat Jul 8 11:55:40 MSK 2017

Hi Philipp,

Virtuozzo is considering offering ReadyKernel for OpenVZ, but no decision has been made yet

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From: users-bounces at openvz.org [mailto:users-bounces at openvz.org] On Behalf Of Philipp Born
Sent: Friday, July 07, 2017 8:35 PM
To: users at openvz.org
Subject: [Users] Will ReadyKernel be available for OpenVZ 7 in the future?


as ReadyKernel can now be bought as a standalone version, I'm wondering if we'll be able to use RK under OVZ7 in the future?

From my understanding, OpenVZ 7 and Virtuozzo Linux 7 are basically the same. According to the RK Data Sheet[1] Virtuozzo Linux 7 is supported.
According to the Virtuozzo Support, this is simply a marketing decision to distinguish VZ7 from OVZ7.

From my point of view, I'm willing to pay 6€ per node for ReadyKernel.
But I'm not willing to pay 143€ for a Virtuozzo license, if I'm only interested in RK.

If RK will not support OVZ7 in the future, the readykernel package and binaries shouldn't be present on fresh OVZ7 installations.



Philipp Born

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