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Request: Installation image


DigitalDaz
04-01-2017, 13:56
Quote Originally Posted by kateparkers
Proxmox VE No-Subscription Repository
As the name suggests, you do not need a subscription key to access this repository. It can be used for testing and non-production use. Its not recommended to run on production servers, as these packages are not always heavily tested and validated.
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kateparkers
04-01-2017, 09:31
Proxmox VE No-Subscription Repository
As the name suggests, you do not need a subscription key to access this repository. It can be used for testing and non-production use. Its not recommended to run on production servers, as these packages are not always heavily tested and validated.

TomvB
27-12-2016, 21:53
Proxmox VE Enterprise Repository
This is the default, stable and recommended repository, available for all Proxmox VE subscription users. It contains the most stable packages, and is suitable for production use.

Proxmox VE No-Subscription Repository
As the name suggests, you do not need a subscription key to access this repository. It can be used for testing and non-production use. Its not recommended to run on production servers, as these packages are not always heavily tested and validated.

The request for OVZ is still open

I think it is not secure to run Proxmox as alternative without a paid subscription.

alvaroag
27-12-2016, 17:12
Hi.

The default Proxmox repos provide you with stable updates. That's how I'm currently running a 6 node Proxmox cluster, with CEPH and some other things, with no problem.

TomvB
27-12-2016, 14:05
Hi,

OpenVZ is more stable, faster and the options are incredible to optimize the containers, this is improved in OpenVZ 7 with the golden image feature(s) to host windows machines.

Yes, it is possible for me to use the KVM option, but the price is 30€ per 24 hours.

Proxmox (source) is opensource indeed, but in my case it is important to receive updates. OpenVZ 7 is the 'Virtuozzo' kernel, this solution is completely supported and gets te latest important security fixes. Do you know any stable or secure repo to put Proxmox on?

Thanks!!

alvaroag
27-12-2016, 13:56
As far as I remember, the bad part of OpenVZ is it requires a heavily modified kernel; that's why it runs on a 3.10 kernel.

If you have an ISO, you can install it using the KVM. Of course, only on servers which include KVM(all current OVH ranges), and maybe SyS servers with the KVM option. Some people even consider OpenVZ as obsolete, being currently replaced by LXC, which relays only on standard kernel features, and runs on any modern kernel.

BTW, Proxmox is not paid software: it's free. Subscription is only optional, in order to get support and access to enterprise repositories(which, btw, you can get anyway for free, just using a different URL). Give it a try, it includes LXC, which will give you similar results.

TomvB
27-12-2016, 12:28
Hi,

Is it possible to add the OpenVZ 7 image to OVH's images?

I'm currently running OpenVZ 6 on the original CentOS 6 kernel (without OVH modification).
OVZ 7 is a self-developed OS and it is not possible to install it on different distributions with a kernel modification.


About OpenVZ:
ISO: https://download.openvz.org/virtuozz....0/x86_64/iso/
Quick installation: https://openvz.org/Quick_installation

Proxmox is a paid solution, like all hypervisors. OpenVZ is still free for everyone (excellent for my stuff).

Want to see it on Soyoustart and kimsufi servers

Thanks!