Long Long time ago I wrote how I migrated from Xen to OpenVZ. This post will show you how to manage your VE memory.
First you set the veid=yournumberofve and the rest is copy paste ; Look at the examples:
I have a tiny embedded server (acrosser model) Intel Celeron with only 400MHz and 512MB Mem total. Before I upgraded debian to squeeze I used Xen, now its time to use OpenVZ.
– My tiny hardware:)
– Container virtualization – I can use more virtual machines
– Less memory usage – Container cannot boot
OpenVZ kernel and the vzctl and vzquota packages are available in the Debian repositories, so we can install them as follows: