Proxmox 4.* or Proxmox 3.4 for inhouse client panel?
I've been doing some work with Proxmox recently and I really like how it works. The problem is though I want to develop an inhouse client panel for managing the VPS (OpenVZ/LXC and KVM) created by Proxmox (API). Lot's of providers here use OpenVZ, and Proxmox 4.* does not support OpenVZ anymore they've moved to LXC and I'm sure you are aware of that.
Proxmox 3.4 is an LTS product (only security fixes) up to 2017, but the end of support is near.
My question is should I stick with Proxmox 3.4 which has OpenVZ or should I go for a newer version with LXC, as It seems at least to me that Proxmox 4.* is still buggy with LXC?
The logical solution is to go for the newer version and always upgrade, but how much is Proxmox 3.4 stable and secure? Is anyone of you using it in production and don't want to upgrade to the 4.* build?
If you vote, I would be greateful if you could provide some details why you chose that option.
Thanks in advance!
- Proxmox 4.* vs Proxmox 3.4 for inhouse client panel?30 votes
- Proxmox 4.* (LXC, KVM)90.00%
- Proxmox 3.4 (OVZ, KVM)10.00%