[Users] Will ReadyKernel be available for OpenVZ 7 in the future?
amoruga at virtuozzo.com
Sat Jul 8 11:55:40 MSK 2017
Virtuozzo is considering offering ReadyKernel for OpenVZ, but no decision has been made yet
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 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.
gpg --keyserver keys.gnupg.net --recv-keys 0x4D80BF88
fingerprint: 49A6 9811 AC2E B49E 599B 0658 9AE6 94D8 4D80 BF88
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