PR: OpenVZ Updates to New Linux KernelMar 28, 2007, 16:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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Keeping in step with the Linux kernel development, the OpenVZ project today announced availability of its operating system (OS) server virtualization software for the most recent stable Linux kernel 2.6.20--introduced last month.
This new Linux kernel includes a number of bug fixes and improvements, along with support for the latest hardware.
"Linux 2.6.20 is also the basis for the next Ubuntu distribution, which potentially would enable us a smooth transition to add OpenVZ virtualization," said Kir Kolyshkin, manager of the OpenVZ project. "With this latest release of OpenVZ software, we've made a number of improvements to benefit our users in the open source community."
The OpenVZ software for Linux kernel 2.6.20 includes improvements in the following areas:
The new OpenVZ kernel software can be downloaded here. Also, users can access helpful installation instructions from the OpenVZ wiki. The site serves as a forum to gain and share knowledge about OpenVZ and includes documentation and a knowledge base with helpful advice.
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