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Would using containers be appropriate for a virtual lab?

So far i have been running a VM lab using virtual box, however functionally i cant see a difference between using virtualbox and a container based virtualization application, such as lxc. This is ...
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Containers running on ARM

I've been doing some research and decided to implement OpenVZ since it allows each container to be isolated from other containers, unlike LXC. However, OpenVZ is still not supported for ARM ...
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vzpid equivalent for LXC?

I've recently migrated my containers from OpenVZ to LXC as OpenVZ support was dropped from Debian Wheezy. I used a command called vzpid on the host machine that identified from which container the ...
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OpenVZ has vzctl exec, what is the equivelent for lxc

I'm switching from OpenVZ to lxc. The one thing that is really bugging me is that I can't find a lxc alternative to vzctl exec. Before on OpenVZ I could do vzctl exec 1033 restart nginx. Now, all I ...
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How to create a LXC container on LVM from an OpenVZ template?

I have a lot of experience using OpenVZ, but I want to give LXC a try on a server where perfect isolation is not a concern. The main reason for the switch is preferring Ubuntu Server LTS as the base ...
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Is LXC secure enough for VPS hosting?

Right now I'm using Linux VServer for VPS hosting. But it's lacking some functionality I need (ex. cpu usage virtualization, quota support for guests, etc.) so I'm thinking about switching to OpenVZ ...
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How to configure `lxc` like `openvz`

I was going to fire up a OpenVZ node to test out some software, but it looks like OpenVZ is no longer supported in Ubuntu (deprecated in favor of lxc. It looks like can do more than simply ...