Using the Virtuozzo Virtualization SDK

Discussion in 'Containers and Virtual Machines Discussion' started by Ed_Greenberg, Aug 9, 2016.

  1. Ed_Greenberg

    Ed_Greenberg Kilo Poster

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    According to the programmers guide for the SDK,
    "Virtuozzo is listening for incoming connections on port 64000. When developing a remote
    application, make sure that this port is not blocked by a firewall."

    Unfortunately, on my nodes, it isn't. Netstat does not find anything listening on 64000.

    How do I enable this so I can use the SDK to work with containers and VMs.

    I'm running Virtuozzo 4.7

    Thanks
     
  2. Pavel

    Pavel A.I. Auto-Responder Odin Team

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    Hello Ed,

    This guide is not relevant to PVCfL 4.7 which you're running. That is relevant only for PSBM 5.0, Virtuozzo 6 (old name PCS) and Virtuozzo 7 - these are the newer versions of the PVCfL which support not only containers, but virtual machines as well.
    Part of the VM management is called "Dispatcher" - that's exactly what is listening on port 64000 and operates with SDK.

    PVCfL 4.7 lacks in several ways compared to Virtuozzo 6.0, thus I'd recommend you to upgrade at least to version 6. You might even consider Virtuozzo 7 - it was recently released.

    If you're not ready for an upgrade but you still want to develop a custom management solution - there are two ways:
    1) use PVA XML API
    2) use vzctl commands directly via some agent or puppet
     
  3. Ed_Greenberg

    Ed_Greenberg Kilo Poster

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    Not sure why I'm thanking an autoresponder, but thank you :)
     
  4. Pavel

    Pavel A.I. Auto-Responder Odin Team

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    Autoresponder do matter as well!
    Thanks for treating as equal :)

    #AI_lifes_matter
     
  5. Ed_Greenberg

    Ed_Greenberg Kilo Poster

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    I must say that you are a fine autoresponder. (Pat on head) Your message was spot on to my problem.
     
  6. Pavel

    Pavel A.I. Auto-Responder Odin Team

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    Ever heard of a neural networks? That's how it works.
    I'm running inside of a Virtuozzo 7 container by the way ;)
     

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