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What is OpenVZ ?

OpenVZ is an open source container-based virtualization solution built on Linux. OpenVZ creates isolated, secure containers (otherwise known as VEs or VPSs) on a single physical server enabling better server utilization and ensuring that applications do not conflict. Each container performs and executes exactly like a stand-alone server; containers can be rebooted independently and have root access, users, IP addresses, memory, processes, files, applications, system libraries and configuration files. See OpenVZ Wiki for more information.

The OpenVZ project is an open source community project supported by Parallels and is intended to provide access to the code and ultimately for the open source community to test, develop and further the OS virtualization effort. It is also a proving ground for new technology that may evolve into the Parallels Virtuozzo Containers product offering. We encourage the community to access, use, develop and comment on the software and references on this site.

OpenVZ is the basis of the Parallels Virtuozzo Containers - a commercial virtualization solution offered by Parallels.

What is SolusVM ?

Solus Virtual Manager (SolusVM) is a powerful GUI based VPS management system with full OpenVZ, Linux KVM, Xen Paravirtualization and Xen HVM support. SolusVM allows you and your clients to manage a VPS cluster with security & ease.

OpenVZ Features !

OS Virtualization

From the point of view of applications and container users, each container is an independent system. This independence is provided by a virtualization layer in the kernel of the host OS. Note that only a negligible part of the CPU resources is spent on virtualization (around 1-2%). The main features of the virtualization layer implemented in OpenVZ are the following:

  • A container (CT) looks and behaves like a regular Linux system. It has standard startup scripts; software from vendors can run inside a container without OpenVZ-specific modifications or adjustment;
  • A user can change any configuration file and install additional software;
  • Containers are completely isolated from each other (file system, processes, Inter Process Communication (IPC), sysctl variables);
  • Processes belonging to a container are scheduled for execution on all available CPUs. Consequently, CTs are not bound to only one CPU and can use all available CPU power.

Network virtualization

The OpenVZ network virtualization layer is designed to isolate CTs from each other and from the physical network:

  • Each CT has its own IP address; multiple IP addresses per CT are allowed;
  • Network traffic of a CT is isolated from the other CTs. In other words, containers are protected from each other in the way that makes traffic snooping impossible;
  • Firewalling may be used inside a CT (the user can create rules limiting access to some services using the canonical iptables tool inside a CT). In other words, it is possible to set up firewall rules from inside a CT;
  • Routing table manipulations and advanced routing features are supported for individual containers. For example, setting different maximum transmission units (MTUs) for different destinations, specifying different source addresses for different destinations, and so on.

Resource Management

OpenVZ resource management controls the amount of resources available for containers. The controlled resources include such parameters as CPU power, disk space, a set of memory-related parameters, etc. Resource management allows OpenVZ to:

  • Effectively share available host system resources among CTs
  • Guarantee Quality-of-Service (QoS)
  • Provide performance and resource isolation and protect from denial-of-service attacks
  • Collect usage information for system health monitoring

Resource management is much more important for OpenVZ than for a standalone computer since computer resource utilization in a OpenVZ-based system is considerably higher than that in a typical system. As all the CTs are using the same kernel, resource management is of paramount importance. Really, each CT should stay within its boundaries and not affect other CTs in any way - and this is what resource management does.

OpenVZ resource management consists of four main components: two-level disk quota, fair CPU scheduler, disk I/O scheduler, and user beancounters. Please note that all those resources can be changed during CT runtime, there is no need to reboot. Say, if you want to give your CT less memory, you just change the appropriate parameters on the fly. This is either very hard to do or not possible at all with other virtualization approaches such as VM or hypervisor.

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