Date: Mon 09 Jun 2003 - 21:50:59 BST
> 1) Hosting:
> Unifying can be interesting here, if you run the same distribution in
> every vserver. It depends on how much work you will spend on doing this.
It's also a question of what the customer wants to make, how much he's
with packages and how much he knows about the system (if he switches from
stable debian to testing debian, unifying could cause a lot of trouble)
> 2) Flexibility
> Next group is running different hosts in different vservers. For the
> easiness of moving hosts.
> Means, if you have a too high load on a host, you can tar a couple of
> vservers down, untar them
> on a new host and you are running. Problem solved, no big problem.
> Unifying could be a space saver, but how expensive are harddisks ?
They're cheap. It's also a question of how small a distribution is.. a
that takes 200-300mb of disk-space is small and a 160gb Harddisk costs
about 180$ here (Switzerland).
How many vservers are you running on what kind of machines? Anyone tried
really high numbers of vservers yet (>100) on the same machine?
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