OpenVZ Forum


Home » General » Discussions » Understanding differences between OpenVZ and UML
icon5.gif  Understanding differences between OpenVZ and UML [message #7777] Wed, 25 October 2006 09:26
bnice is currently offline  bnice
Messages: 1
Registered: October 2006
Junior Member
From: *dip.t-dialin.net
Hi there,

just wondered about the differences between OpenVZ and UML.
Currently, I'm running 2 UML instances on a Debian host.
If I've understood things right, the main difference between OpenVZ and UML ist that OpenVZ uses a common kernel for all VPSs whereas with UML one can use different kernels as UML instances?
What about security issues? Has OpenVZ there some advantages towards UML?
Hopefully I'll find some time to check out OpenVZ, currently I've no experience with it.
Previous Topic: Split /vz to /vz1 /vz2 /vz3
Next Topic: Binary Sharing with OpenVZ?
Goto Forum:
  


Current Time: Wed Dec 19 13:17:31 GMT 2018