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Old 2nd November 2008, 12:55
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Hi,

I want to ask, if there are any known problems preventing ISPconfig working properly on Debian-etch-amd64 with an OpenVz-kernel

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No, there are no known problems.
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Hi Falko,

thanks for the answer.
But I just found out - after a fresh install- that there are problems.
If openvz is installed, it will start automatically on boot.And if its startet, the domainnames provided to the IP´s from the subnet, are not longer pingable. When I stop openvz by hand, they are pingable again. But this do´nt help, because on the next reboot openvz will start again.

Do you know any solutions for this case?
t would be nice for me, just to use the kernel, ´cause it´s very quick and stable.

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If you don't want to start OpenVZ at boot time, you can disable it with the update-rc.d command. Take a look at
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