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  1. #1
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    Need a few Virtualisation Answers

    If I would want to seperate a dedicated server into 3 virtual server, with keeeping the cost down, what would be my best option. Running Linux only on all 3 vm's.

    Virtualisation technology:

    Xen or OpenVZ

    Control Panel:

    SolumVM or something else free ?

    We will not sell vm's/hosting.

    Thanks

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    Probably OpenVZ depends n what you need? and you don't need SolusVM for it. but you can get it for extra $20
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    Quote Originally Posted by BonsaiRack View Post
    If I would want to seperate a dedicated server into 3 virtual server, with keeeping the cost down, what would be my best option. Running Linux only on all 3 vm's.

    Virtualisation technology:

    Xen or OpenVZ

    Control Panel:

    SolumVM or something else free ?

    We will not sell vm's/hosting.

    Thanks
    If it's just for you, I'd just use Proxmox (free) and OpenVZ.
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    Xen provides a better virtualisation that OpenVZ. Even with proper tweaking, load in a VPS affect others in OpenVZ, but Xen provides a more strong virtualization.

    You have to decide which control panel you need. Cpanel is easy and extensively used. You have a special price structure for VPS licenses too. You can also consider other control panels like DirectAdmin, Plesk etc or free control panels like Webmin.
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    If you go for paid control panel (i.e. cPanel, Plesk), you are going to increase your license cost since you will need to buy 3 licenses. For OpenVZ, CPU allocation cannot be isolated that means CPU usage of your one VPS will affect the other. XEN is a good option.
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    openvz . as for personal use.

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    I am sorry; but he is asking about virtualization control panels not web hosting control panels. And if it is for personal use and you want to cut down cost, you may use a free control panel like proxmox or hypervm with openvz.

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