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Old 12-22-2008, 05:30 PM   #1
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LXer: An OpenVZ Experiment - How many containers?


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I was wondering just how many containers I could create on a beefy host and how many processes the Linux kernel would be happy running so I decided to do an experiment.

I have two OpenVZ hosts... one is the primary and the other is a backup. Both of them are HP Proliant DL380 Gen5 machines with dual, quad-core Xeon processors, 32GB of RAM, 32GB of swap, and a 600GB /vz partition. I decided to use the backup OpenVZ machine for the experiment.

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