[vserver] Running Linux vServer and KVM on same Server

From: Urban Loesch <bind_at_enas.net>
Date: Thu 29 Aug 2013 - 09:24:09 BST
Message-ID: <521F0529.4090802@enas.net>


we are using linux-vserver on debian since 2007 and we are very happy with it. For our business it works
very great.

But we have some requirements to run a few fully virtualized guests like redhat or centos
where we need some specific kernels to run in the guest. This special guests don't need many recources
so we are thinking to run it on the some server together with some of our linux-vserver guests.

Have anyone of you experience with a setup like this?
Are there any problems expectet to run linux-vserver and kvm together?
Or are there some other better full virtualization technologies which we don't know?

For kvm we can use a dedicated nic to route all the traffic separated from the linux-vserver traffic.

We intend to use kernel 3.10.x. It was announced as the next long term kernel:

Many thanks and regards
Urban Loesch
Received on Thu Aug 29 09:30:30 2013

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