[PVE-User] Spam:**********, KVM vs Container - Why should one use KVM?

Guy guy at britewhite.net
Sat Nov 27 09:03:48 CET 2010


Hi,

As someone who does run Asterisk inside a proxmox system, I can say that by far the best way to run it is inside a KVM.. OpenVZ is great for other things, I have lots of openVZ systems running too. OpenVZ just isn't suited to Asterisk due to all the hardware and timing stuff.  You'll be for ever kicking yourself trying to compile some driver or other.

My advice just run it in a KVM, I built Centos and then compiled asterisk on that inside a Full KVM.. never looked back.

--Guy

On 27 Nov 2010, at 04:24, Denis Fateyev wrote:

> Hello,
> 
> As I know, asterisk requires some additional kernel modules, so if you want to use it in OpenVZ container, you should install these modules on the hardware node. Same with openvpn, too (tun module) and all the others kernel modules.
> 
> ---
> wbr, Denis.
> 
> 
> On Sat, Nov 27, 2010 at 8:19 AM, Bruce B <bruceb444 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the input Tony.
> 
> Yeah, and those are the sort limitations that I would like to hear in a bit detail. Can you detail how the java misbehaves on a container?
> 
> Also more importantly things that matter to Asterisk. For example sharing a timing source, etc...that relates to Asterisk.
> 
> Any other limitations?
> 
> Thanks
> 
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