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Think about OpenVZ is not a fully virtualization solution but a container virtualization one http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OpenVZ#OpenVZ_compared_to_other_virtualization_technologies. Its aim is to run lightweiht virtual servers with less overhead than an hypervisor. The processes are fully separated from different OS instances (Guests) but the Host itself ...


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OpenVZ is not a virtualization solution - it's a container solution. There's only a single kernel instance, and that kernel knows about all processes running on the system, regardless of whether or not they're in a container. For this reason and many others, OpenVZ is not well-liked among professional sysadmins - it's a lowest-common-denominator solution ...


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Since this is OpenVZ® kernel, you might have hit some limit you didn't properly set up. Try: cat /proc/user_beancounters and check if some rows there has non-zero failcnt. Adjust appropriately to fix. Another thing is simply chroot into the VE in question, for e. g.: chroot /vz/root/1064 /bin/bash and try starting mysqld there directly to see if it's ...



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