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August 5, 2006

Debian Linux Adds OpenVZ Virtualization Software

Filed under: Uncategorized — ubuntudemon @ 12:51 pm

The free Debian Linux operating system has added the OpenVZ virtualization software to its “unstable,” or development, distribution, known as Sid.

That operating-system-level server virtualization software, developed by the OpenVZ Project, is built on Linux and creates isolated, secure virtual environments on a single physical server. These virtual servers ensure that applications do not conflict and can be rebooted independently.

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I’m not sure what this will mean for Ubuntu. AFAIK having OpenVZ in debian makes it relatively easy to add it in Ubuntu. Having some kind of Xen support is a goal for Edgy.

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