[PVE-User] Spam:**********, KVM vs Container - Why should one use KVM?
daniel at rimspace.net
Sat Nov 27 13:12:55 CET 2010
Guy <guy at britewhite.net> writes:
Last time I touched it you still needed a solid 1000Hz timer through ztdummy
for Asterisk to deal correctly with audio, even in this case. Presumably,
though, things have improved in the last year or so since I checked.
> All my hardware is outside of the KVM, I use physical boxes to handle the
> ISDN, PSTN, POTs lines. They pass the connections in via SIP and IAX into
> the Asterisk system so timing is less of an issue.
> The grand stream gxw4004 are the boxes we use from memory.
> Sent from my iPad
> On 27 Nov 2010, at 08:33, Daniel Pittman <daniel at rimspace.net> wrote:
>> Guy <guy at britewhite.net> writes:
>>> 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.
>> Really? How is your timing inside the KVM? I never got better than 98
>> percent or so with zttest in any sort of virtualization.
>> OTOH, aside from granting access to the ZT devices in OpenVZ - which was
>> pleasantly trivial - it was no different to any other non-mainline driver.
>> So, I would strongly suggest that this is a YMMV situation - and note that the
>> upstream developers *still* suggest that any virtualization is a no-no for
>> Asterisk. :)
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