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OpenVZ, VMware Server, ESX or Virtuozzo [message #12394] Thu, 26 April 2007 15:29 Go to next message
hobbit666 is currently offline  hobbit666
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From: *charlies.uk.com
As the title suggest what should i be running.

This is what i got and want to get out of it.

3 dell servers

Server1 will have two VM's running. One Pervasive SQL and the other MS SQL
Server2 will have two VM's running. One E-mail (Mdaemon) and the other PDC

I then want to replicate these 4 VM's (using any method) onto the 3rd Server and have high availability configured so if one VM fails it will start on the 3rd server.

Simple yes? Laughing


I have found i could get ESX server and HA from VMware for £8500, and looking into SWSoft but will OpenVZ be able to do this or VMware server.


Hope someone can help/advise me
Re: OpenVZ, VMware Server, ESX or Virtuozzo [message #12400 is a reply to message #12394] Fri, 27 April 2007 09:48 Go to previous messageGo to next message
kir is currently offline  kir
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From: *sw.ru
Some of the apps you need to run sounds like Windows apps to me. Note OpenVZ is Linux-only. Although I suppose Virtuozzo for Windows could be a great solution to what you have — but this is out of scope for this site.

Kir Kolyshkin
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Re: OpenVZ, VMware Server, ESX or Virtuozzo [message #12402 is a reply to message #12394] Fri, 27 April 2007 09:53 Go to previous message
hobbit666 is currently offline  hobbit666
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From: *charlies.uk.com
Oh i didn't know openVZ could only run Linux Guests.
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