April 2006
UNIX Update;Apr2006, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p8
Trade Publication
This article reports that the Web site of the OpenVZ open source operating system virtualization project attracted more than one million hits in January 2006. The project freely distributes and offers support to its users through a collaborative, community effort. The software can be downloaded at http://openvz.org The OpenVZ project has delivered pre-built Debian 3.1 Virtual Private Server templates since going into full production in December. The project has also delivered OpenVZ beta level software based on the Linux kernel 2.6.15.


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