From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Thu 30 Sep 2004 - 17:42:47 BST
On Thu, Sep 30, 2004 at 10:59:59AM -0400, Gregory (Grisha) Trubetskoy wrote:
> Hello -
> We have made an ISO image that installs a Linux 2.4.26 Vserver 1.28
> kernel, the vserver utils, as well as the OpenVPS tools. The ISO is based
> on Fedora Core 1 (it's basically a kickstart install).
> This is our first stab at an ISO, the image has undergone only limited
> testing, while the software on it (vserver, utils and openvps) should be
> stable and has been in use in production at OpenHosting for some time now.
> The installation gives a pretty good idea of what we're trying to achieve
> with the (very young so far) OpenVPS project - a simple 100% OSS
> vserver-based solution for web hosting that does all the things like
> bandwidth metering, disk limits, automatic backups, etc., out-of-the-box.
> If you want to do some hosting but don't have the patience to follow the
> Fedora 1 how-to, this may be just the solution for you, check it out. :-)
added the OpenVPS(tm) page to the frontpage of
linux-vserver (Related OS Projects) ...
> The (very basic so far) instructions on how to use it and the link to the
> ISO itself are here:
a few questions regarding your future plans:
a) you write about provisioning and accounting, nevertheless
it seems that you want to stay with stable (which doesn't
provide much accounting stuff) is it planned to extend it
to development, e.g. 2.6/1.9.x branch?
b) 2.4.27 and vs1.29 are out ... how hard is an update?
is it planned in the near future or will this take some
time, maybe until 2.4.28 is out?
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