We are ready to announce publishing of binaries compiled from open components:
- Virtuozzo installation ISO image
- RPM packages (kernel and userspace)
- Source RPM packages (kernel and userspace)
- Debug RPM packages (kernel and userspace)
- EZ templates (CentOS 7 x86_64, CentOS 6 x86_64 etc)
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Q: Can we use binaries or Virtuozzo distribution in production?
A: No. Virtuozzo 7 is in pre-Beta stage and we strongly recommend to avoid any production use. We continue to develop new features and Virtuozzo 7 may contain serious bugs.
Q: Would it be possible to upgrade from Beta 1 to Beta 2?
A: Upgrade will be supported only for OpenVZ installed on Cloud Linux (i.e. using Virtuozzo installation image of OpenVZ installed using yum on Cloud Linux).
Q: How often you will update Virtuozzo 7 files?
A: RPM package (and yum repository) - nightly, ISO image - weekly.
Q: I don't want to use your custom kernel or distribution. How to use OpenVZ on my own Linux distribution? A: We plan to make available OpenVZ for vanilla kernels and we are working on it. If you want it - please help us with testing and contribute patches . Pay attention that using OpenVZ with vanilla kernel will have some limitations because some required kernel changes are not in upstream yet.