With a recent releases of the new kernels (latest being 022stab050) and tools we can now declare OpenVZ status as stable. There has been a lot of advances during last three months of development: better OS templates and tools, improved stability due to a lot of openvz and mainstream bug fixes, better CPU fair scheduler, support for x86_64 and IA64 architectures, and a lot of new hardware (see the hardware compatibility list)
OpenVZ Declared Stable
Submitted by Kir Kolyshkin 2005-12-01 OS News 4 Comments
When I was looking for a VPS many moons ago and the choice was between UML or the generally more expensive Virtuozzo™ vendors.
Does this project have the potential to help build an open source Virtuozzo clone to run on top of OpenVZ ?