CloudLinux and Linux containers (LXC / OpenVZ)
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Hi,

I\'m a virtualization guy and a bit interested in technology behind CloudLinux.
Fr om some quick reading I understood that this is container-type technology you have in there.

Do you use LXC or OpenVZ Linux containers ? (Those also allow to limit CPU and resources to each instance)
If not, why ?

Wh ere is the source code available of your kernel ?

-Technologov
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  1. 03.11.2011 08:11:08
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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CloudLinux is based on OpenVZ kernel, but it doesn\'t use containers itself.
You can find source RPMs for kernel here:
http://repo.cloudlinux.com/cloudlinux/ (just navigate to the version you are looking for).
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