How to get from Proxmox Lxc to openvz

Discussion in 'Proxmox VE: Installation and configuration' started by barisnet, Apr 22, 2019.

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  1. barisnet

    barisnet New Member

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    I tried a lot, but a program didn't work in lxc. (multics r82 , r83, r84)
    R81 works fine but r82+ does not work.
    Now can I go back to openvz?

    The source code is here. github.com/multi-cs/multics

    I'm sorry for my bad english.
     

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  2. lhorace

    lhorace Member

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    AFAIK, openz is not supported, do you have a subscription ?
     
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    barisnet New Member

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    I am not have a subscription. Can subscription solve this problem?
    I'm thinking of going back to Proxmox 3 or using solusvm vss.
    Because I don't think I can solve this problem.
     
  4. LnxBil

    LnxBil Well-Known Member

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    What does not work? It's open source, so it can be fixed easily.
     
  5. oguz

    oguz Proxmox Staff Member
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    OpenVZ is not supported since PVE 3.x, but having a subscription has nothing to do with it, it is only for commercial support and doesn't add any features to the software, since it's completely free to use anyway :)

    Most probably your problem occurs because of something in the software you're using. Maybe if you provide us the error, we can get closer to a solution. Where does it occur exactly?

    At your position though, I would ask them why this specific version you want is not working with LXC, and maybe we can figure out a solution based on their answer.
     
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    We are also still using PVE 3.4 with OpenVZ as almost everything is just working.
    Tried to move to LXC but was a painful experience - with 10 years of OpenVZ we didn't had that much issues and downtimes than 3 months with LXC, so we stay running the productive environment with OpenVZ.
    We also have one 2 Node cluster with PVE 5.4 for testing but LXC is not really usable in an production environment - virtualization normally simplifies your infrastructure but with LXC it's the other way around, better to go with KVM.
    The PVE gui is great where i find the old gui better and more usable with the horizontal menu as the new one in the middle - would be cool if there is a option to choose between themes...
     
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    LnxBil Well-Known Member

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    That is the main reason why I choose KVM over LXC in every HA scenario.
     
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