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January 2, 2007

OpenVZ release advances server virtualization features

Filed under: linux — tuxicity @ 11:48 pm

OpenVZ says its latest software, based on the 2.6.9 Linux kernel, allows admins to freeze the state of a virtual machine environment, in production, and move that image to another physical machine while the original environment continues to serve users and communicate with other systems. OpenVZ says this is a better way to move a virtual machine environment than previous methods, such as: moving all data from one virtual machine storage; reinstalling applications and software on a new machine; then shutting down the fist machine and bringing the up the second.

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