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Re: CentOS 7.x and OpenVZ [message #52534 is a reply to message #52523] Fri, 19 August 2016 11:32 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
krazybob is currently offline  krazybob
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Did you have to install the server as EXT4 file system? As I recall that was a major issue. Doing it this way goes against the staff of OpenVZ that want it installed from their ISO. Are you missing any features? vzbackup?

Lucky SB wrote on Tue, 16 August 2016 06:04
i try on centos7
        yum install -y vzkernel prlctl prl-disp-service libprlsdk-python vzstat
        systemctl enable prl-disp
        systemctl restart prl-disp
        systemctl enable vz
        systemctl restart vz
        systemctl enable ksm
        systemctl enable ksmtuned
        systemctl enable libvirtd
        systemctl restart ksm
        systemctl restart ksmtuned
        systemctl restart libvirtd
reboot


add VEFSTYPE="simfs" to /etc/vz/vz.conf

vzctl create 106 --ostemplate=centos-6
vzctl create 107 --ostemplate=centos-7

vzctl start 106
vzctl start 107

all fine

to restart container on reboot host-machine need packet libprlsdk-python
this install python sdk lib fot /etc/vcmmd.d/vz python-script

 
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