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icon5.gif  Checkpointing VEs on halt/reboot [message #43347] Sun, 28 August 2011 16:51
bugmenot is currently offline  bugmenot
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Hi guys! tell me one thing: why does openvz stop the containers on reboot (or shutdown) when they can be checkpointed and restored on next boot??? Sad

I am using debian and when i type /etc/init.d/vz stop it stops all containers... I'd like them to be suspended instead and restored on /etc/init.d/vz start (next boot). Is it possible? Can i restore VE after kernel upgrade? Confused

BTW XEN does this by defautl... Rolling Eyes
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