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tiagocaus
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My name is James, I have a dedicated server 64Bit Centos 6.

It is possible to install your system Vitualizor + Xen on the same server?
Once installed, I can create accounts VPS and install our software IP-PBX?


I'm waiting.
Thank you.
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alons
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Hi,

CentOS 6 doesnt have Xen by Default as Red Hat has dropped support for it.
You can use OpenVZ or KVM instead on CentOS 6.

Regards,
Alons

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tiagocaus
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Thanks for the quick response.

What do you recommend? I need a virtualization where you can create multiple VPS and each has a fixed IP, which will be installed Elastix/Trixbox/AsteriskNow/A2Billing.


I hired the services of SolusVM, but OpenVZ does not let you install anything, I asked about Xen, and they told me I need two servers to be able to use Xen, a master and another slaver.


With its software with Xen also need 2 servers?
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Brijesh
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Hi,

You can go with KVM.

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Question about Xen
tiagocaus
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- With the KVM I managed to install all my software mentioned above?

- What stops you from using Xen + Virtualizor is CentOS? If so, what operating system I have to install?

- It is possible to install Xen VPS + Virtualizor and create on a single server?


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