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  1. #1
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    best free ( or cheap ) control panel for OpenVZ ?

    what is the best free ( or cheap ) control panel for OpenVZ you ever tried ?

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    If you want something free for OpenVZ have a look at VTonf: http://sourceforge.net/projects/vtonf/

    Or there is HyperVM which is being made opensource: www.lxlabs.com

    We are now using SolusVM and it's becoming a really excellent product.

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    i thinks i'll give HyperVM a try
    but is it provide clients with web interface or what ?

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    Is hyperVM still safe for OpenVZ that's my main question

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    What do you mean ?
    because it's going to be opensource ?

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    I meant generally is it still safe to use whether its going to be opensource or not

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    i don't know in real, i'm going to try FluidVM, any one heared about it ?

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    Check out SolusVM, it's pretty cheap ($10/node USD) and works really well

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