[PVE-User] Stability problems in PVE 1.1?
martin at proxmox.com
Fri Feb 27 18:16:04 CET 2009
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> I had to abandon Prxmox VE because of similar issues, including memory
> running out on an openvz container. But I believe the main issue is
The main issue is for sure not Debian. KVM is currently under heavy development and there is fast progress in stability from week to week. For most people it is quite useable already but I agree KVM could be more stable especially for windows multiprocessor guests and virtio (also I am waiting for the windows virtio block drivers).
> because Dell does not support Debian and the drivers, in my opinion, are
> the same quality of the Red Hat (Centos) or Suse drivers, which are
> supported. So Proxmox should have chosen a better underlying OS, instead
> Debian. Now look at this: in a corporation we only buy Dell, HP or IBm
> servers, because they do have 4 hour hardware response support. Not even
> Supermicro gets in. Proxmox has a great product but it should run on an
> enterprise-class OS. I spent two days with Dell trying to install the
> Hardware Manager on Debian, to see of there are issues with memory,
> processor or disks, and Dell could not make it work. You cannot deploy a
> machine on a rack that you cannot manage.
Dell has no management software for deb based systems (Debian/Ubuntu) and that’s why you think Proxmox choose the wrong distro? You should blame Dell that they do not support a huge part of the Linux market. But as far as I know, they are working to support Ubuntu which is more or less identical to Debian/Proxmox VE Kernels.
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