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kronmx
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Hello there, fisrt all, contratulations and thanks for all your work/help. I found tha server4you.com is using virtuozzo on their vServer. Since that they have a very competitive prices and there's an option to load a debian recovery ram disk by yourself (without ask to support team) would be nice to have an image/option to install windows there as well.
Could be this possible?

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Posted : March 6, 2018 8:29 am
SysAdmin
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Posted by: kronmx

Hello there, fisrt all, contratulations and thanks for all your work/help. I found tha server4you.com is using virtuozzo on their vServer. Since that they have a very competitive prices and there's an option to load a debian recovery ram disk by yourself (without ask to support team) would be nice to have an image/option to install windows there as well.
Could be this possible?

Are they providing OpenVZ containers or KVM virtual machines with Virtuozzo?

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Posted : March 7, 2018 7:00 pm
kronmx
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I'm not sure, they only wrote this in their faq forum about what virtualization technloogy they are using.

"We do use virtuozzo on our vServer."

However, we have some servers there, if you want i could run some tests or provide you access to them

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Posted : March 7, 2018 8:04 pm
SysAdmin
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Posted by: kronmx

I'm not sure, they only wrote this in their faq forum about what virtualization technloogy they are using.

"We do use virtuozzo on our vServer."

However, we have some servers there, if you want i could run some tests or provide you access to them

I appreciate the offer, but I don't believe we would benefit from having access 🙂

I would recommend reaching out to them to confirm the virtualization technology.

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Posted : March 10, 2018 10:46 pm
kronmx
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Posted by: SysAdmin
Posted by: kronmx

I'm not sure, they only wrote this in their faq forum about what virtualization technloogy they are using.

"We do use virtuozzo on our vServer."

However, we have some servers there, if you want i could run some tests or provide you access to them

I appreciate the offer, but I don't believe we would benefit from having access 🙂

I would recommend reaching out to them to confirm the virtualization technology.

I confirmed with them, and in the cheapest vps packages they are using OpenVZ, however in the dedicated servers they are using KVM.
However, despite they give you option to boot with a recovery disk by yourself i think there's no vnc console to configure the network details for windows, so maybe would be necessary to configure the img with custom network setting for each case, is this difficult? do you think would be another workaround?  

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Posted : March 11, 2018 9:43 am
SysAdmin
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Posted by: kronmx
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Posted by: kronmx

I'm not sure, they only wrote this in their faq forum about what virtualization technloogy they are using.

"We do use virtuozzo on our vServer."

However, we have some servers there, if you want i could run some tests or provide you access to them

I appreciate the offer, but I don't believe we would benefit from having access 🙂

I would recommend reaching out to them to confirm the virtualization technology.

I confirmed with them, and in the cheapest vps packages they are using OpenVZ, however in the dedicated servers they are using KVM.
However, despite they give you option to boot with a recovery disk by yourself i think there's no vnc console to configure the network details for windows, so maybe would be necessary to configure the img with custom network setting for each case, is this difficult? do you think would be another workaround?  

Unfortunately it is impossible to run Microsoft Windows on OpenVZ due to the way it uses the host nodes kernel.

On their KVM powered services, do they use DHCP for IP assignment?

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Posted : March 14, 2018 8:04 am
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