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OpenVZ on Ubuntu 14.04.1 Kernel 3.13.11.6 [message #51794] Sun, 14 December 2014 19:46 Go to next message
gstanden is currently offline  gstanden
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Registered: December 2014
Location: St. Louis, MO
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From: *z109-90-67.customer.algx.net
Hi, I watched James Bottomley's presentation at OpenStack Dev Summit and as I understood him, he said that ALL containerization schemes (LXC, OpenVZ, etc.) would be supported on a unified platform starting from kernel 3.12. However, I am on kernel 3.13 (Ubuntu 14.04) and after installing vzctl still get message the /proc/vz is missing etc. I don't want to run a custom OpenVZ kernel and so I was wondering how to I get OpenVZ working on my generic Ubuntu 3.13.11.6 kernel, or is that even possible? I've looked through net for guides, but they all seem to talk about installing custom OpenVZ kernel, which I thought was exactly what 3.12+ would allow us to avoid having to do - or have I misunderstood what kernel 3.12 actually represents in terms of how we can run LXC, OpenVZ, etc.? TIA, Gilbert

Gilbert Standen
Solution Architect
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Re: OpenVZ on Ubuntu 14.04.1 Kernel 3.13.11.6 [message #51797 is a reply to message #51794] Mon, 15 December 2014 12:18 Go to previous message
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Registered: February 2006
Location: N├╝rnberg, Germany
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Hi,

On Debian - vzctl packages is not spreed in two packages like on CentOS based OpenVZ System (vzctl-core and vzctl) , you need only the vzctl utils - no init script like /etc/init.d/vz (is only used for OpenVZ enabled linux kernels)

see the wiki page: https://wiki.openvz.org/Vzctl_for_upstream_kernel

Bye,
Thorsten
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