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  1. #1
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    OpenVZ Panels and HyperVM

    Hi,

    It is been while since sad news to HyperVM creator and HyperVM was took over by the poeple...and meanwhile, many OpenVZ Panels came out...

    I have tested few of them (not mentioning names), but found out most of them are still earlier stage compare to what HyperVM provided...

    And here goes my questions...

    1. What are you guys using now for OpenVZ panels?

    2. I saw some posts on HyperVM forums (lxcenter) and seems like making progress on bugs and security holes... How is it? Is it safe enough?

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    We won't be using hypervm again - regardless of bug fixing etc.

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    Well its true many have refrained from using it now as its taken them too long and many doubt its successful comeback.

    But I hope they do well and make it good again.
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    Right now we use VePortal, but the dev has gone quiet. I havn't heard anything new happen. The panel works, but it needs still many more features.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AHN-Andrew View Post
    Right now we use VePortal, but the dev has gone quiet. I havn't heard anything new happen. The panel works, but it needs still many more features.
    Glow is very busy behind the scenes for the v2 push which does have a lot more features.

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  7. #7
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    Hi!
    I admit I'm working on my own again..no.I wouldn't touch HyperVM right now either. I still prefer the good ole command line meself..to tell you the truth. Shell scripts rulez!

    Bryon
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  8. #8
    i'd never touch hypervm again, they won't opensource it so they've still got security holes to fix - they even released a new version which had a new hole in it!

    my current host is using solusvm which i think is great - better than hypervm irrespective of security.

    my last host used vdsmanager which was a total joke, barely anything worked and what did was pretty basic.

    frankly other than os rebuilds and reboots, i just use ssh anyway; i wish you could do proper reboots over ssh, but reboot/shutdown -r now/init 6, don't seem to bring the vps back up.

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    We're creating a in-house control panel which will be done soon. I think this is the best way to go. But once HyperVM goes opensource i think that would a great place to start.

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