On Mon, Apr 16, 2018 at 10:33 AM, Claudio Jeker <cje...@diehard.n-r-g.com>
wrote:

> On Mon, Apr 16, 2018 at 04:15:42PM +0200, Daniel Santos wrote:
> > I looking for some experience sharing from those who also run OpenBSD
> inside
> > KVM on Linux.
> >
> > I was running 5.2 and now 6.2 inside KVM on a Linux wheezy host with 3.2
> > kernel.
> >
> > This system was used as an all in one Zabbix monitoring server, which
> > included the full stack required to run a central monitoring server:
> >
> > -Lighttpd
> > -Zabbix Server
> > -Zabbix Agent
> > -Mysql Server
> > -SNMP utils
> >
> > First it was using Zabbix 2.x then I have upgraded it to the 3.x series.
> The
> > zabbix server was regularily crashing or stopped logging to the DB and
> > needed to be restarted.
> > If not that then the db and page load was terribly slow even on LAN and I
> > only had <15 clients on this server. I started moving the components off
> one
> > by one, at the end only the zabbix server engine left on the vm even that
> > sometimes just stuck and stopped sending data to a standalone other linux
> > mysql vm. Then I gave up, I recreated the whole environment with the same
> > Zabbix version on an all in one Debian 9 vm and since then it runs
> > flawlessly. Another issue was that I kept getting dropped packet entries
> in
> > my pflog on the enabled ports (seems like broken connections).
> >
>
> Zabbix needs a fast DB which I would not run virtualised. Also the crashes
> you have seen may have been fixed in the meantime (between 6.2 and 6.3
> there was an libc asr fix that made zabbix reliable for me).
>
> I run a few KVM OpenBSD machines (mainly network / load balancers) they
> work reasonably well.
>
> --
> :wq Claudio
>
>
really depends on the KVM/linux version

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