ispconfig virtualization

Discussion in 'General' started by bompax, Apr 21, 2016.

  1. bompax

    bompax New Member

  2. Jesse Norell

    Jesse Norell Active Member

    If you want ispconfig to manage the vps, you must use openvz. You can install the openvz.org tools on jessie, and use the kernel from their wheezy repo (https://download.openvz.org/debian/); see https://openvz.org/Installation_on_Debian

    Note that wheezy kernel does not support systemd, run 'apt-get install -y sysvinit-core' to switch to sysvinit. (https://bugs.openvz.org/browse/OVZ-6232)

    Proxmox could be used on jessie, though it does not support openvz currently, so you'd be using lxc containers. I have no experience with it, so can't give any direction on what to do, but there are pro's and con's to consider.
     
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  3. bompax

    bompax New Member

    Thank you Jesse for your answer, I'm going to install ispconfig now, and i'll put openvz too on it.
    If someone have tips or other answer, i'm open about learning!
     
  4. florian030

    florian030 ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

    i would not use jessie on the host. better use ubuntu for running openvz.
     
  5. bompax

    bompax New Member

    Hello Florian, thanks for your answer!
    So for you it is better to run on ubuntu, why?
     
  6. florian030

    florian030 ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

    AFAIK you can not install the RHEL-Kernel with Jessie. I know, that it`s working with Ubuntu.
     
  7. bompax

    bompax New Member

  8. Jesse Norell

    Jesse Norell Active Member

    You mean the new RHEL7 based 3.10.0 kernel? The old 2.6.32 is based on RHEL6 kernel, and does work on jessie; if the RHEL7 kernel works on ubuntu, do you have any pointers to setting it up? (I don't see anything in brief searching, but I'd like to give the same process a try on jessie.)

    Code:
    root# cat /etc/issue
    Debian GNU/Linux 8 \n \l
    
    root# uname -a
    Linux openvz-3 2.6.32-openvz-042stab113.21-amd64 #1 SMP Wed Mar 23 11:06:59 MSK 2016 x86_64 GNU/Linux
    root#
     
  9. bompax

    bompax New Member

    hello,
    Someone have tried ovirt?
     
  10. mzips

    mzips New Member

    I use Kimchi that works Great
     
  11. bompax

    bompax New Member

    hi, i saw that yesterday.
    Do you install Kimchi first, or after ispconfig?
    thanks
     
  12. mzips

    mzips New Member

    after ispconfig
     
  13. bompax

    bompax New Member

    ok, thank you, i tried with debian jessie, but don't work, i'm installing ubuntu now
     
  14. sjau

    sjau Local Meanie Moderator

    I run proxmox on Jessie and using kvm for ispc in there.
     
  15. bompax

    bompax New Member

  16. sjau

    sjau Local Meanie Moderator

  17. bompax

    bompax New Member

    thank you for your answer, i'm installing a clean installation of jessie now.
    Going to try installing proxmox just after that.
    My project is to have proxmox on the dedicated server, and having 3 kvm on it.
    One with ubuntu, and two with jessie ( one of them with ispconfig)
    With what i've read that it is possible to do that with only my dedicated server ip.
    If you have tips on doing that...
    Thanks
     
  18. bompax

    bompax New Member

    Tried it, failed.... no internet on vm....
    is there a noob tutorial somewhere?
     
  19. sjau

    sjau Local Meanie Moderator

    well, all I can say is that it worked for me. In addition the host server for me uses encrypted raid1. First I did just a normal jessie install as I wanted and then I just followed those instructions.
     

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