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A(r|d)min is currently offline  A(r|d)min
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Re: Documentation, naming and versioning horror [message #53039 is a reply to message #53038] Tue, 21 November 2017 09:48 Go to previous messageGo to next message
caw0KecCu is currently offline  caw0KecCu
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I am afraid that you are looking for OpenVZ7 are no longer exists. I am afraid the confusion between OpenVZ7 and proprietary Virtuozzo7 is intentional. I am afraid offering only the 7.0 version is also intentional. If you want newer than 7.0 than pay us for the proprietary version. Did you carefully read the EULA? Are you sure?

http://repo.virtuozzo.com/vzlinux/7.2/EULA
http://repo.virtuozzo.com/vzlinux/7.3/EULA
http://repo.virtuozzo.com/vzlinux/7.4/EULA

Especilly this part:

"2.6. Audit Rights. During the term of this Agreement and for two (2)
years after termination or expiration of this Agreement, Virtuozzo may
audit, upon written notice to you, your books, records, and computing
devices to determine your compliance with this Agreement and your
payment of the applicable license fees, if any, for the Software. In
the event that any such audit reveals an underpayment by you of more
than five percent (5%) of the license fees due to Virtuozzo in the
period being audited, or that you have breached any term of this
Agreement, then, in addition to any other rights and remedies
Virtuozzo may have, you will promptly pay to Virtuozzo any
underpayments plus the cost of the audit."
Re: Documentation, naming and versioning horror [message #53040 is a reply to message #53039] Tue, 21 November 2017 11:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Thanks for your reply. Related to this I removed my request. I will stop my evaluation. I did not know about the removal of all supported possibilites to use this container virtualization cost free.
Re: Documentation, naming and versioning horror [message #53041 is a reply to message #53040] Tue, 21 November 2017 15:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
goeldi
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This is only about Virtuozzo, not OpenVZ. Right?

I run a Node with OpenVZ release 7.0.5 (432).

Do I have to worry?
Re: Documentation, naming and versioning horror [message #53044 is a reply to message #53041] Thu, 23 November 2017 14:45 Go to previous message
dsilakov is currently offline  dsilakov
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Guys, it looks that you confuse Virtuozzo/OpenVZ and "Virtuozzo Linux" which is just a re-branded/rebuilt CentOS 7.

VirtuozzoLinux is mostly a CentOS; it does contains some patches in core components, but it doesn't have any containers or other virtualization. It servers as a basis for OpenVZ/VZ.

Latest version of VzLinux is 7.4; but we decided not to publish its iso images anymore (don't see any need in this), so the last published VzLinux images is 7.2.

Latest version of Virtuozzo and OpenVZ is 7 Update6. Due to historical/internal reasons we use "7.0.6" as a short version name.

So in https://download.openvz.org/virtuozzo/releases/7.0/x86_64/ we do have the latest and freshest OpenVZ 7. Latest commercial release of Virtuozzo 7 uses exactly the same versions of all OpenVZ packages and only adds proprietary stuff.
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