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    Quote Originally Posted by Hatrix View Post
    so i am at a loss here, my setup is Host: openvz kernel 2.6.18, latest stable, debian lenny, container debian lenny, barebone install.
    You do realise that this is an unsupported platform and will invalidate your support for NE (if that's what you're installing), don't you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    You do realise that this is an unsupported platform and will invalidate your support for NE (if that's what you're installing), don't you?
    I did recently some tests of 6.02 on Proxmox VE using KVM (guest os ubuntu 804, 64bit) - do you consider KVM as a supported virtualization platform?

    just to mention, it worked without any issue, as KVM shows a full virtualized hardware to the guest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by martinmaurer View Post
    I did recently some tests of 6.02 on Proxmox VE using KVM (guest os ubuntu 804, 64bit) - do you consider KVM as a supported virtualization platform?
    No, it isn't. The currently supported virtualisation platforms are XEN (on 64bit systems not 32bit) and VMware. You do, of course, have to run a supported distribution in the VM guest that Zimbra is running on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    No, it isn't. The currently supported virtualisation platforms are XEN (on 64bit systems not 32bit) and VMware. You do, of course, have to run a supported distribution in the VM guest that Zimbra is running on.
    thanks for clarification.
    br, martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hatrix View Post
    Hi, i am currently trying to install zimbra in a debian VPS, but i put now more than 6 GIG of ram into this container (the host has 12 gig) but even after this I keep getting failcnts for the privvmpages ... and I can not understand it. After it is started top displays like around 3 gig used, but the failcounts in privvmpages rise. I saw in top for short times peaks in memory, i think it is when zimbra trys to launch another java vm for the watchdog or other stuff, and sometimes these fails with no java could not allocte the memory, sometimes i also get this when using zmlocalconfig ...

    so i am at a loss here, my setup is Host: openvz kernel 2.6.18, latest stable, debian lenny, container debian lenny, barebone install.

    do you have any idea how i can get this more stable? i also set the java heap configuration for mailboxd from 40% to 20% ...

    any suggestions more than welcome!

    thanx
    I recently faced the same:
    [SOLVED] Starting servers...Could not create the Java virtual machine.
    Overcommiting privvmpages helped.

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