[Comm-en] OpenVZ + ALT Linux Sisyphus (20081222) + WebVZ

Alex Negulescu a at wdu.ro
Thu Apr 2 18:20:08 MSD 2009

Michael Shigorin wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 02, 2009 at 05:03:02PM +0300, Alex Negulescu wrote:
>> I use WebVZ
> http://webvz.sourceforge.net, right?
Yes, exactly.
>> Any ideea ? Is the problem with WebVZ or with AltLinux kernel
>> or OpenVZ ? I am using ALT Linux Sisyphus (20081222), kernel
>> 2.6.27-ovz-smp-alt1.1.
> Didn't try that one, our build server currently runs this 2.6.26:
> http://www.unsafe.ru/lakostis/RPMS/ALTLinux/kernel-2.6.26/repo/x86_64/RPMS.hasher/
Thanks, I'll try 2.6.26 I hope it works
> and production systems run 2.6.18-ovz-smp-alt*.M40.*.
> AFAIK 2.6.270-ovz is still considered strictly experimental.
Yes, that is right, but 2.6.18 does not work, I got a brand new board .. 
with brand new issues (ICH10).
>> If the problem is with WebVZ, what other alternative for a web
>> management of OpenVZ do I have, excluding HyperVM/Vtonf ?
> With Sisyphus, one's currently re-developed as alterator-mkve;
> didn't try that either.  In Server 4.0 alterator-ovz was
> considered as a default web-based management tool.
>> p.s. will there appear, in the Sisyphus apt, a alterator-openvz ?
>> p.p.s. I tried installing the stable version of ALTLinux Server
>> 4.0 and altlinux-server-lite-without-repo-i586-20080917, but my
>> board is kind of new, having ICH10.. and it won't work in any
>> way, enhanced sata as ide nor compatible sata.
> This *might* help (or maybe not):
> ftp://ftp.linux.kiev.ua/pub/Linux/ALT/beta/server/20080821-mike
> (a build with newer 2.6.18 kernel and other minor updates)
Server 4.0 is quite stable and good, but i can't install with the isos 
there, the kernel does not see the SATA controller. (Neither enp, 
enp-lite, 20080821-mike or server)
I'll try 2.6.26 and If it works I'll post back info, if it does not, 
I'll start the containers after creating. The thing is I get oopses only 
with webvz, if I create by hand.. all works well.

Thank you verry much Michael.

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