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Is there any road map for CL6? Are you waiting for release of CentOS6? Is OpenVZ going to be working in initial release? I\'m really looking forward to that feature. How would it work and what about the licensing?
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  1. 15.02.2011 12:02:18
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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We are waiting for OpenVZ to finish 2.6.32 kernel. We should release shortly after they stabilize it.
The CL inside VZ should be available within 3-4 months after that -- if everything goes according to plan.
  1. 15.02.2011 13:02:22
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Igor Seletskiy wrote:
The CL inside VZ should be available within 3-4 months after that -- if everything goes according to plan.

Do you mean RHEL6 branch?
  1. 15.02.2011 20:02:58
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What I mean:
Before CloudLinux 6.0 will be released OpenVZ kernel for 2.6.32 has to become stable (so we are waiting on OpenVZ team)
For people who wants to run CloudLinux inside VZ/OpenVZ -- it will take ~3-4 months after we release CL 6.0 for that to happen.
  1. 25.04.2011 10:04:35
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Igor Seletskiy wrote:
What I mean:

Before CloudLinux 6.0 will be released OpenVZ kernel for 2.6.32 has to become stable (so we are waiting on OpenVZ team)

For people who wants to run CloudLinux inside VZ/OpenVZ -- it will take ~3-4 months after we release CL 6.0 for that to happen.


Almost there http://wiki.openvz.org/Download/kernel/rhel6/042test009.2 :D

little irrelevant, CL (5.x, 6.x) is pulling updates directly from RHEL stream ?
Or you use other upstream ? (Centos, SL)
Just to calculate the update delay on parsing new packages and updates :oops:
  1. 25.04.2011 10:04:27
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Yep, we are waiting for it to stabilize to release CL6. As soon as that is done, we will start working again on our kernel inside VZ (for CL6 only)
Regarding packages: We get everything from RHEL sources, except kernel. Usually we will release our updated before CentOS.

Kernel we get from openvz.
  1. 01.06.2011 14:06:30
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I know it\'s rude but sneaking around I saw a CL 6.0 ISO. (sorry :oops: )

Would be there any chance to migrate from 5.x to 6.0
easily (or not) or it should be avoided ?
  1. 01.06.2011 14:06:12
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Migration from 5.x to 6.x -- don\'t know, we haven\'t tried it yet. I hope it is easier then it was migrating from 4.x to 5.x

The ISO is there, the kernel is not. I hope to have some early beta kernel within 2 weeks.
  1. 02.06.2011 16:06:03
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Great to hear that - can\'t wait to see it!
  1. 17.06.2011 16:06:49
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Have you thought about licensing for OpenVZ host + containers? I think that it would be nice to have similar licensing as RHEL EV - 1host license + X VM\'s (containers in this case).

I\'d probably need the most 1:1 license, this means 1 host with one big CL container, that way you can deploy non-CL containers next to it.
  1. 19.06.2011 09:06:37
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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Yes, once we have support for OpenVZ/Virtuozzo -- we might have special licensing for them. Note -- CL inside OpenVZ/Virtuozzo will probably never work as well as inside xen/vmware/kvm or on dedicated servers.
It is related to the fact that we would be sitting inside VZ scheduler, on a 3rd level -- and it is not clear at all how to make it efficient/working as well as when it is CL native kernel.
  1. 03.07.2011 14:07:22
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When will CloudLinux 6 become available to use and purchase?
  1. 04.08.2011 07:08:44
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Maciej Wójcikowski Accepted Answer
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Since RHEL6 openvz kernel is in beta and is almost stable, I\'d like to ask what\'s the progress of work on CL6, since I\'m actually waiting with deploying new systems till it comes out.
  1. 22.08.2011 09:08:27
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Would be great if you could do an online upgrade from 5.x to 6.x. ;)
  1. 22.08.2011 10:08:44
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Maciej Wójcikowski Accepted Answer
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Wesley Render wrote:
Would be great if you could do an online upgrade from 5.x to 6.x.

It would not ba a wise thing to do... Especially without supervision.

Anyhow it seams that the rebuild of CL 6 is ready, but we\'re waiting for the kernel.
  1. 26.08.2011 08:08:50
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There are a few scripts to migrate from RHEL4 to RHEL5 changing
a series of RPMs with a specific order to make it work.

Is there a chance to see something similar for CL5 > CL6.1 ?

Or by nature isn\'t possible ?
  1. 18.06.2012 15:06:11
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Greetings!

Any news about implementing \"CloudLinux\" support for Virtuozzo/OpenVZ containers ?
We still run H-Sphere inside Virtuozzo and wishing to use CL features, do we have any hope that it`ll be implemented or it`s better to move to other virtualization solutions ? ;)

Thanks,
Igor
  1. 13.12.2012 10:12:48
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Greetings! 


What about OpenVZ support? Is there timeline that available to public?

Thanks,
Dmitriy.
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