(formerly known as Parallels Virtuozzo Containers for Linux)
Virtuozzo Containers are uniquely suited to cloud server virtualization, enabling near instant provisioning and on-the-fly modification of hosting and cloud server plans. Click below for frequently asked questions, documentation and other helpful tools to get the answers you need.
Is there a Virtuozzo Containers offering for Windows?
Yes, please see our Virtuozzo Containers for Windows support page.
- > Linux System RequirementsVirtuozzo Containers for Linux runs on a wide variety of hardware and software configurations. Basic system requirements include:
- Server hardware
- Host operating system
- Supported virtual OS distributions
- Parallels Virtual Automation and Parallels Power Panel requirements
- > Server Hardware
- Platform: Any x86 or x64 platform that is supported by the host Linux operating system.
- Memory: 1 GB or more. (required amount depends on the total number of containers you want to run on the server)
- Disk space: At least 15 GB of free disk space. (required amount depends on the size of the software to be installed in containers)
- Network interfaces: One or more network cards.
The exact server configuration depends on how many containers you on the server and what load they generate
- > Host Operating SystemVirtuozzo Containers 4.7 can be installed on the following operating systems (both x86 and x64):
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5
- CentOS 6
- CentOS 5
- > Supported Virtual OS Distributions for ContainersVirtuozzo Containers 4.7 allows you to create containers running these Linux distributions:
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4, 5, and 6
- CentOS 4,5 and 6
- Debian 5.0 and 6.0
- Fedora 12, 13, 14
- OpenSUSE 11 with Service Packs 1, 2, 3, and 4
- SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 and 11
- Ubuntu 8.04, 9.10, 10.04, and 10.10
for Linux 4.7:
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for Linux 4.6:
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Product Knowledge Base Articles
- Virtuozzo Containers for Linux best practices and known limitations
- How do I enable firewall in a Container?
- TU-4.0.0-438: Parallels Virtuozzo Containers for Linux 4.0 vztools update
- How do I install APF firewall into the VE?
- [How to] Configure TUN/TAP devices inside a container to install VPN software
- How to get the Hardware ID (HWID) of a Virtozzo containers for Linux Hardware Node?