As a necessary (but not sufficient) condition, you and the OpenVZ
project would have to support OpenVZ in the *current* Debian stable
release. The last release based on 2.6.32.y was made in March. For
our OpenVZ kernel configurations we had to revert all the scheduler
fixes made in 220.127.116.11 due to conflicts which we obviously do not
have the necessary knowledge to resolve.
It seems to me that the OpenVZ project does not support longterm
releases other than RHEL.
all information is in the LKLM post you've linked to - thats the situtation.
Ola Lundqvist maybe will test alien RHEL->DEB packages as he explained.
Surely it would be better if someone could port the OpenVZ stuff to the long term kernel like Alexander Gerasiov explained but if no one could do it (and maintain it) or if there are no resources maybe the above solution would be the best guess.
And yes I'am using OpenVZ on Debian for many CT's.