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January 12, 2007

A guide to running OpenVZ

Filed under: Debian, Virtualization — tuxicity @ 11:14 pm

One of the many virtualization options for Linux is OpenVZ, the free software component of SWsoft’s Virtuozzo. OpenVZ, and Virtuozzo, are OS-level virtualization solutions that allow you to partition servers into multiple virtual private servers (VPS). Plowing through the OpenVZ documentation can be a bit intimidating, so let’s walk through the easy way of getting started with OpenVZ on a Debian Etch system.

Linux.com | A guide to running OpenVZ

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