|Containers able to access all RAM on physical node [message #45387]
||Wed, 29 February 2012 18:27
Registered: February 2012
I have 2 OpenVZ servers, one runs beautifully. The other one I just setup a while ago, and for some reason any containers we create on it are able to see all the RAM on the physical server.
I'm not sure what is causing this, we use the same VEID.conf configurations on both servers (literally, I just copied them over and we just change the IP and Hostnames).
The server runs fine, but I'm concerned about why these containers are able to do this. My gut tells me it's something with the hardware node, but I can't figure out what setting this might be.
Both servers are running CentOS 5.7 and identical hardware (though the new server has 2 hard drives with RAID1).
I'm totally dumbfounded. The containers run fine, and use the exact same .conf files as the first server. The first servers' VPS's cannot see/access the full RAM on the server, but for some reason this new server is letting VPS's see all 32GB RAM.
Could somebody point me in the right direction?