thanks for your fast answer.
>> Have anyone of you experience with a setup like this?
> Yes, and it works well ;)
> (BTW, the Proxmox distribution runs a similar setup, but with OpenVZ
> for containers.)
Yes we have two proxmox machines running for a customer. Works very good
too. But our main servers like mailserver or webserver are running with
linux-vserver and we don't want change virtualization technology due to the
fact that it is working very well.
>> Are there any problems expectet to run linux-vserver and kvm
> Not that I'm aware of (modulo the fact that I run this setup on more
> older kernel than your's [Debian Squeeze ones])
We will get 3.10.x with kvm a chance. If there are some problem we let you
>> Or are there some other better full virtualization technologies which
>> we don't know?
> You can achieve full virtualization also with Xen, but I won't call it
> « better »... ;)
We have never tried XEN. With kvm we have a little experience due to proxmox, which helps
Received on Thu Aug 29 10:00:19 2013