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I would like to install two OpenVZ templates, each one in a different logical volume. I have created a separate partition, made it a physical volume, assigned it a group volume and separated in two logical volumes vzprimary and vzsecondary, mounted on /vz/vzprimary and /vz/vzsecondary like this:

[root@primary lost+found]# df -h
Filesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/mapper/vg_box0-lv_root
                       18G  3.7G   13G  23% /
tmpfs                 946M  224K  946M   1% /dev/shm
/dev/sda1             477M   65M  387M  15% /boot
/dev/mapper/lvm-vzprimary
                      4.7G  9.7M  4.4G   1% /vz/primary
/dev/mapper/lvm-vzsecondary
                      4.7G  9.7M  4.4G   1% /vz/secondary

I would like to install one template in eache logical volume. Can I do that? From what I read, I could not find an option like that: the vzctl create command requires only the CT ID and the name of the OS template as arguments.

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You should have --private option for vzctl create:

vzctl create CTID --private /vz/primary
vzctl create CTID --private /vz/secondary

If each container has a dedicated partition, also consider specifying --layout simfs. ploop might be unneeded overhead.

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