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What should I basically expect from access to an OpenVZ based VPS? [closed]

I'm going to buy access to an OpenVZ based VPS for the first time. I want to run common software, like apache, irc server, znc, a mail server etc. I'd like to get an idea of how the system will be ...
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“echo 3 > /proc/sys/vm/drop_caches” - Permission denied as root

I am currently having some issues with the cache. It is a little too much right now so I wanted to clear it. I googled and found this little command: sync && echo 3 > ...
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2answers
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Why do I see more processes in KVM than in OpenVZ?

I've got a 512mb Centos 6 VPS running on KVM. Now another VPS from a org. I manage is running on OVZ. When I type top on the KVM one, I get a whole list of all sort off processes. But when I do this ...
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0answers
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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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4answers
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How to show loaded kernel modules inside OpenVZ virtual server

I am trying to find out what kernel modules are loaded inside a OpenVZ virtual server. Command lsmod is empty and I believe the reason is the way how OpenVZ's virtualisation is working. Specifically, ...
2
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0answers
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ping receives no packets, but tcpdump can see them coming in

I'm migrating an old Ubuntu OpenVZ instance (Jaunty) to a new CentOS 6.3 host (using vzdump/vzrestore). Now networking does not work properly. Facts: It works just fine if a setup a new OpenVZ ...
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Why buffers equals to used memory?

I'm using Ubuntu 11.10, virtualized by OpenVZ. That output of free -m shows that buffers is always equal to used. total used free shared buffers cached Mem: ...