> What does that mean?  Well as is obvious to you, as time passes, the
> number of distributions that are appropriate to use as an OpenVZ host
> node is reduced... and it appears that RHEL and CentOS truly are the
> best distros to recommend for the host node.  As the type of fanboy I
> am, that does not frustrate me at all but I realise how frustrating
> that can be to others.  I would indeed call that a limitation.

We at Proxmox ended up compiling the RHEL kernel for Debian. So we now
have a Debian system with RHEL kernel and OpenVZ. So far that works
quite good.

- Dietmar

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