Looking for OpenVZ 7 VPS plans, with state/conntrack netfilter modules supported in guests
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Looking for OpenVZ 7 VPS plans, with state/conntrack netfilter modules supported in guests

Master_BoMaster_Bo Member
edited April 14 in Requests

The subject line tells it all, actually.

Also, host supporting kernels above 4.4.* would be a great plus.

Price my be outside LEB/LET range. Any country would do. All other parameters aren't of much value at the moment - apart from at least 1 IPv4 and at least 1 IPv6. I will choose whatever I need if the mentioned OpenVZ features are supported.

Thank you in advance.

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  • FranciscoFrancisco Top Provider

    Master_Bo said: Also, host supporting kernels above 4.4.* would be a great plus.

    How would you expect that to work when OVZ7 is based on 3.10?

    Maybe you're after LXC?

    Francisco

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  • Any particular reason you want OpenVZ 7 vs KVM?

    OpenVZ is a dying breed.

    Yoked or Yolked? You decide.

  • @Francisco said:
    How would you expect that to work when OVZ7 is based on 3.10?

    Maybe you're after LXC?

    I have a new Waveride's OpenVZ 7 VPS. Ubuntu 16.04 with 4.4.* kernels works just fine. I assume OpenVZ 7 can as well be upgraded to higher kernels.

    @YokedEgg said:
    Any particular reason you want OpenVZ 7 vs KVM?

    OpenVZ is a dying breed.

    I have to test certain package on multiple virtualization types.

    Personally, I use KVM whenever there's choice.

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  • FranciscoFrancisco Top Provider
    edited April 14

    Master_Bo said: I have a new Waveride's OpenVZ 7 VPS. Ubuntu 16.04 with 4.4.* kernels works just fine. I assume OpenVZ 7 can as well be upgraded to higher kernels.

    Nah, that's forged.

    OVZ has a file called osreleases.conf where you can specify what kernel should be reported depending on the OS in question, that way they can get around some glibc limitations.

    Francisco

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  • @Francisco said:
    Nah, that's forged.

    OVZ has a file called osreleases.conf where you can specify what kernel should be reported depending on the OS in question, that way they can get around some glibc limitations.

    I see. In any case, what matters to me is checking whether ipset can now work in OpenVZ guests.

    According to this bug, it should.

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