Olav Schwering wrote:
> Roderick A. Anderson wrote:
>> Adam Majer wrote:
>>> Roderick A. Anderson wrote:
>>>> Several months (and probably close to a year) there was a very short
>>>> thread on getting Asterisk working in a guest.
>>>> Has anyone taken this further?
>>>> I ask because a discussion on the Asterisk users list just came up about
>>>> running on/in Xen or OpenVZ.
>>> I have Asterisk running without any problems in 2 guests. I only use the
>>> SIP part of Asterisk, but I'm assuming if you use the zaptel all you
>>> need is need to define the devices in the guest and load the kernel
>> I was thinking of small offices with a single server, Linux-Vserver, and
>> keeping file sharing (Samba), and other applications in different
>> guests. Or a pretty healthy host in a colo and several guests providing
>> PBX using SIP services for SOHO and virtual offices.
>> How much machine do you have the two * guests in and are there any other
>> guests and how much of a load?
>> I have a test machine but only one service provider (Vitelity.Net) and
>> two route-able IPs so testing load isn't going to go very far. Hoping
>> for some insight.
>> Lastly. You doing this for fun, personal use, or as a service?
> Hi Rod,
> I found some interesting information on this site:
> It gave me a lot of usefully hints to setup a test system.
-- > > > Cheers > > > OLAVReceived on Fri May 2 03:02:43 2008