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I have been asked by a friend to look into setting up a hosting solution I am a vmware guy but as its to costly (verses open source) for this project I have been looking a linux virtualization , qemo-lvm, openvs, virtualbox

What guest os support is there we need linux(ubuntu) but I think also windows server 2003/2008?


I have heard that there is a remote client similar to viclient?

I know we will need scripts for a lot but they are all over the web so I dont think that will be an issue!
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by:BillBondo
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Why not use a go-daddy site? My site is $90 for the year.
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by:IanTh
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no currently use heart internet we need it in house as heart have messed us up in billing not supported etc fed up with them we are going to resell our hosting packages
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Test drive Ubuntu with ISPConfig 3
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Looks promising its a lot to do be back soon by the was my linux server is for kvm does that matter or will it help?
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by:Sikhumbuzo Ntsada
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If the KVM works like a VMWare hyper visor, then it should work just fine.
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I meant with ispconfig3 i did notice on the control panel there is a virtual machine icon does that mean it can communicate to the kvm for creating virtual machines ?
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by:Sikhumbuzo Ntsada
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I am not familiar with the KVM environment, I do know it works with OpenVZ

All it needs a is module to be installed so the ISPConfig can communicate with it.

I would like to  give KVM a bash and test it, maybe I will set it up over the weekend.
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by:IanTh
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ok ta
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asked a new question as a follow on for a linux cluster for ispconfig
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OK I have fixed it myself I build three proxmox and installed Ubuntu (as kvm vm's) on top for ispconfig currently doing an article how to do this    

back soon when tested.
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