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How to install OpenVZ Web panel to Managing OpenVZ Containers Graphically?

OpenVZ Web Panel is a GUI web-based frontend for controlling of the hardware and virtual servers with the OpenVZ virtualization technology.Very simple, just to make the OpenVZ management more easier. Working on command line might be tedious to new and intermediate users. Using openVZ Web panel, anyone can easily create, delete, manage VMs via a web browser in minutes without having to know all OpenVZ commands. 1. Install the required dependency first: # yum groupinstall 'Development Tools' # reboot # yum install rubygems ruby git -y # cd /usr/local/src/ # wget # wget # rpm -ivh rubygem-sqlite3-ruby-1.2.4-5.el6.x86_64.rpm # rpm -ivh ruby-sqlite3-1.2.4-5.el6.x86_64.rpm 2. Installation The most simple way to install OpenVZ Web Panel is to run the following command (u

How to install OpenVZ on CentOS 6.10 ?

Virtuozzo leverages OpenVZ as its core of a virtualization solution offered by Virtuozzo company.  OpenVZ is a container-based virtualization solution for Linux. Since it uses operating system level virtualization technology, unlike other virtualization methods such as VirtualBox, KVM, and Vmware, the guest systems uses the same kernel of the host system. Each virtual machine will efficiently share the CPU, Memory, Disk space, and network of your Physical server.  It allows a physical server to run multiple isolated operating system instances, called containers, virtual private servers (VPSs), or virtual environments (VEs). OpenVZ is similar to Solaris Containers and LXC. While virtualization technologies such as VMware, Xen and KVM provide full virtualization and can run multiple operating systems and different kernel versions where OpenVZ uses a single Linux kernel and therefore can run only Linux.   All OpenVZ containers share the same architecture and kernel version. This can be