- Feb 29, 2012
47 CTs mainly for hosting, Apache, MySQL and DNS
4 VM Varnish
4 VM Varnish
Hi DietmarHi all!
Proxmox VE uses two different technologies for virtualization - KVM and OpenVZ.
What do you use? Please let us know!
Hi e100I would use more OpenVZ if I could easily use DRBD for storage.
No, I did read it quickly and it seems like it would work, but it is a lot of extra manual work to do.Hi e100
1- Have you tried the procedure in this link?:
I have an OpenVZ configured with HA, live migration, backup using suspend though but suspension is only a matter of seconds and provided we are talking about a webserver, ftp server or the like a few seconds suspension does not matter much. The same applies to online migration. The two most important part in downtime under backup and migration is read/write sped on storage and bandwidth on network. Provided at least gigabit network and a descent SAN or NAS you should be able to use OpenVZ for HA when the service can tolerate a few seconds downtime under backup and live migration.I should clarify that I would use a lot more openvz if I could *easily* use it on top of DRBD and still retain all the cool features Proxmox offers like snapshot backup, HA, live migration, etc.
1- For a better understanding please look carefully this link:i used to use KVM for everything but now i starting to use openVZ for everything. I find that openvz is quite good, what is missing in openvz that kvm provides?