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    * Question about openVZ & XEN

    I wanted to know if i can install XEN with openVZ on the same server

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    No, you can't. Xen uses its own kernel and tools. So does OpenVZ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UNIXy View Post
    No, you can't. Xen uses its own kernel and tools. So does OpenVZ.

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    OK thank you

    but please tell me if i can install any cp with VMware

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    Quote Originally Posted by moh_g92 View Post
    OK thank you

    but please tell me if i can install any cp with VMware
    If you are referring to a control panel within the virtual machine then sure. As far as a web management panel to manage VMWare itself, I am unsure.
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    You cant use both on same server ,You can use either one not both as both have different kernel.

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