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Linux-vServer / KVM

Comparison of Linux virtualized server and KVM-based virtualisation

This section looks at the two root server techniques used by Linux-vServer and KVM, highlighting their key differences and common features.

As a full virtualisation solution, KVM offers the feature set of a dedicated server. Linux-Root Server, on the other hand, is based on "container virtualisation", whereby users cannot install their own kernels (for example)

Features Linux-vServer KVM
Guaranteed CPU performance Info
Guaranteed RAM Info
Flexi-SSD-RAM Info
Custom SWAP Info
Guaranteed CPU core Info
Snapshots during operation Info
Backup on external storage space Info
Rescue system Info
At least RAID 50 Info
/64 IPv6 subnet Info
Web VNC console Info
Virtual Keyboard Info
CD-ROM drive Info
Custom images Info
Installation via CD-Rom Info
Installation custom images Info
Firewall via Web interface Info
Firewall via IP tables Info
Custom kernel installable Info
Custom kernel configurable Info
Suspend- / save mode Info
Web interface for administration Info
Traffic for free Info
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