Article ID: 126773, created on Sep 1, 2015, last review on Sep 2, 2015

  • Applies to:
  • Virtuozzo

Question

How to find the numbers of running and maximum allowed virtual enviroments?

Answer

Check vzlicview output on a Virtuozzo server:

[root@vz1 ~]# vzlicview | egrep 'ct_total|vms'
        ct_total=21 (6)
        nr_vms=20 (2)

In this example the amount of running containers and virtual machines is 6 and 2 respectively. The license allows to run 21 containers and 20 virtual machines.

Some licenses shipped with Virtuozzo define a combined limit on the number of virtual machines and containers allowed to simultaneously run on the server rather than set limits separately for virtual machines and containers. In this case, the license output is as follows:

[root@vz2 ~]# vzlicview | egrep 'ct_total|vms|servers'
        ct_total=31 (8)
        nr_vms="combined" (6)
        servers_total=31 (14)

In this example the amount of running containers and virtual machines is 8 and 6 respectively. The license allows to run 31 virtual environments. It can be, for example, 20 containers and 11 virtual machines.

In order to increase license limits, contact Odin sales representative.

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