That is interesting about the Parallels Virtuozzo since OpenVZ is
supposed be the base of Parallels. Something does not seem right
there. I have heard the same thing about Java programs.
On Fri, Dec 3, 2010 at 10:09 AM, Peter Dyke HIDDEN@puvar.com> wrote:
> I have an instance running on CentOS in VMWare Workstation (with, admittedly
> very little load) with no problem at all. I also tried OpenVZ and it was a
> fiasco. I have another instance running on Parallels Virtuozzo with slightly
> more load that's indistinguishable from native CentOS.
> On 12/3/2010 7:25 AM, Tony Zakula wrote:
>> I was getting ready to move my mail server to new hardware and was
>> considering trying it in a VM. I have tried it before in an OpenVZ
>> container, but had many problems. Of course, this is not a real VM.
>> I have been migrating quite a few other applications to KVM and have
>> experienced no problems at all. I was wondering if anyone had advice
>> or an experience to share from stability, performance or any other
>> point of view.
>> Tony Zakula
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