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OnApp & KVM

OnApp & KVM

cnzhhicnzhhi Member
edited August 2012 in Help

Does OnApp support KVM? And are there anyone doing this?

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  • BrandonBrandon Member
    edited August 2012

    Google is your friend: http://onapp.com/cloud/how-it-works/architecture/

    "Hypervisors host virtual machines and give them access to virtualized hardware resources. OnApp supports multiple hypervisor platforms including Xen & KVM."

    From what I know there's tons. I'm not sure about the ones on LET though.

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  • Yes it does, and we're doing this.

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  • DanielMDanielM Disabled

    OnApp is simply another control panel. (And its incredibly slow) so it should support them all.

  • @DanielM said: (And its incredibly slow)

    No it's not.

    @DanielM said: it should support them all.

    Currently it supports Xen and KVM, with VMWare on the way.

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  • DanielMDanielM Disabled

    @jhadley said: No it's not.

    Well when i tested it it was. Strangely though the UK2 version is much faster

  • UK2 control panel might be faster, but they dont half know how to make their hardware crash

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  • jhadleyjhadley Member
    edited August 2012

    @DanielM said: Well when i tested it it was. Strangely though the UK2 version is much faster

    When was that? I've been using it for some time on fairly low powered control panel servers and it's faster than most of its alternatives. If you want something really slow, try PIM!

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  • DanielMDanielM Disabled

    @jhadley said: When was that? I've been using it for some time on fairly low powered servers and it's faster than most of its alternatives. If you want something really slow, try PIM!

    About a month ago. Am using proxmox and Hyper-v and virtuozzo at the mo. Much much faster

  • ZenZen Member

    So far I haven't enjoyed OnApp..just feels..meh

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  • @DanielM said: virtuozzo

    Not sure about the others but VZ is definitely slower. I use PIM at my day job and it's constantly timing out.

    @fly said: onapp looks a lot better than solusvm.

    Yes, of course it is. Solus is a piece of crap!

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  • DanielMDanielM Disabled

    @jhadley said: Solus is a piece of crap!

    Hard to disagree with that comment :L i hate it myself & the owners are pretty much useless.

  • DanielMDanielM Disabled

    @jhadley said: Not sure about the others but VZ is definitely slower. I use PIM at my day job and it's constantly timing out.

    Depends on the system i guess. but it wasn't the actual vps speeds it was the speeds of transactions (Reboot, Start, Shutdown etc)

  • jhadleyjhadley Member
    edited August 2012

    @DanielM said: Depends on the system i guess. but it wasn't the actual vps speeds it was the speeds of transactions (Reboot, Start, Shutdown etc)

    Well both VZ and OnApp use similar queuing systems, which are adjustable in various ways. Naturally VZ is going to be slightly faster at shutting down etc., as it's dealing with containers rather than fully virtualised guests. That's the virtualisation, not the control panel.

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  • DanielMDanielM Disabled

    @httpzoom said: If any of you want to play with the latest version we have a test rig up.

    What specs?

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  • Didn't find it slow running on FDCs servers :)

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