OpenVZ Commands and Usages

OpenVZ Commands and Usages

OpenVZ:

OpenVZ is open source software. It is an operating system that is used container based virtualization technology for Linux. OpenVZ develop multiple isolated and secure linux containers on single server. This container executes as a stand alone server. These containers rebooted independently. The containers have IP addresses, memory, processes, root access, files, applications, configuration files and system libraries.

Commonly used OpenVZ Command and usages:
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OpenVZ can use the memory that is used by others in virtual environment or disk caching. The difference between old versions of OpenVZ is that old version used the common file system and the latest version of OpenVZ allows those containers that has own file system. OpenVZ has some limitations that is it restricts the container for access the physical devices. OpenVZ is providing a limited VPN technology that is based on PPP. Each container has own file system, separate entity. Each container have own file system, users and groups, network, process tree, devices and IPS objects. The resource management of OpenVZ has four components that are fair CPU scheduler, two-level disk quato, disk I/O scheduler, and user bean counters. You can change the resources during run time without reboot the system.
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