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Old 08-28-2016, 12:47 PM
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OpenVZ is widely used and has lower security issues
 

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OpenVZ is widely used and has lower security issues
Is that what you use? Isn't there more to know about this?

Some people have no clue about web hosting period so the more they get educated on forums, the better there decision is when they jump to a new host or a bigger package.
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We are generally using OpenVZ in our hosting solution, because it's more comfortable to maintain than Xen solution.
How does different type of VPS is different to maintain ? I think all types of VPS are same to manage.
 
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How does different type of VPS is different to maintain ? I think all types of VPS are same to manage.
Some have different panel or different dashboard to enable settings/disable settings besides using all features provided.

Some web hosts may not give certain features in it's clients control which sucks or they do this because they want you to upgrade to a dedicated server. booooo I hate upsells
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KVM or XEN is better because the RAM is dedicated to you. XEN is slowly dying tho.

OpenVZ is usually cheaper but some hosts are overselling RAM and then it end with an unusable VPS because RAM is saturated.
 
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I would also suggest XEN or KVM, but finally it depends on your need and usage, or when you buy any VPS ask the provider for recommendation depending on the purpose, you can inquire with Host Surf UK
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An overview of three virtualization technologies from a consumer perspective. Covering the benefits and disadvantages of OpenVZ, XEN and KVM Hosting. You can only run linux operations systems in an Open VZ VPS, and you cannot make Search or use up and down arrow keys to select an item.
 
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