Virtuozzo Commands

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Virtuozzo Command Line Utilities

General utilities are intended for performing day-to-day maintenance tasks:

#vzctl
( Utility to control Containers. )
#vzlist
( Utility to view a list of Containers existing on the Node with additional information )
#vzquota
( Utility to control Virtuozzo Containers disk quotas.
#vzlicview
( Utility to display the Virtuozzo license status and parameters )
#vzlicload
( Utility to manage Virtuozzo licenses on the Hardware Node.
#vzlicupdate
( Utility to activate the Virtuozzo Containers installation, update the Virtuozzo licenses installed on the Hardware Node, or transfer the Virtuozzo license from the Source Node to the Destination Node.
#vzmigrate
( Utility for migrating Containers from one Hardware Node to another )
#vzmlocal
( Utility for the local cloning or moving of the Containers )
#vzp2v
( Utility to migrate a physical server to a Container on the Node )
#vzv2p
( Utility to migrate a Container to a physical server )
#vzbackup
( Utility to back up Containers.
#vzrestore
( Utility to restore backed up Containers.
#vzabackup
( Utility to back up Hardware Nodes and their Containers. As distinct from vzbackup, this utility requires the Parallels Agent software for its functioning.
#vzarestore
( Utility to restore backed up Hardware Nodes and Containers. As distinct from vzrestore, this utility requires the Parallels Agent software for its functioning.
#vzpkg
Utility to manage OS and application EZ templates either inside your Containers or on the Hardware Node itself.
#vzmktmpl
Utility to create OS and application EZ templates.
#vzveconvert
Utility to convert Containers based on Virtuozzo standard templates to EZ template-based Containers.
#vzpkgproxy
Utility to create caching proxy servers for handling OS and application EZ templates.
#vzrhnproxy
Utility to create RHN proxy servers for handling the packages included in the RHEL 4 and RHEL 5 OS EZ templates.
#vzpkgls
Utility to get a list of templates available on the Hardware Node and in Containers.
#vzpkginfo
Utility to get the information on any template installed on the Hardware Node.
#vzpkgcreat
Create a new package set from binary RPM or DEB files.
#vzpkgadd
Utility to add a new template to a Container.
#vzpkglink
Utility to replace real files inside a Container with symlinks to these very files on the Node.
#vzpkgrm
Utility to remove a template from a Container.
#vzpkgcache
Update a set of preinstalled Container archives after new template installation.

Supplementary tools perform a number of miscellaneous tasks in the Hardware Node and Container context:

#vzup2date
Utility to update your Virtuozzo software and templates.
#vzup2date-mirror
Utility to create local mirrors of the Virtuozzo official repository.
#vzfsutil
Utility for the VZFS optimization and consistency checking.
#vzcache
Utility to gain extra disk space by caching the files identical in different Containers.
#vzsveinstall
Utility to create the Service Container on the Hardware Node.
#vzsveupgrade
Utility to update the packages inside the Service Container.
#vzps and vztop
Utilities working as the standard ps and top utilities, with Container-related functionality added.
#vzsetxinetd
Utility to switch some services between a standalone and xinetd-dependent modes.
#vzdqcheck
Print file space current usage from quota’s point of view.
#vzdqdump and vzdqload
Utilities to dump the Container user/group quota limits and grace times from the kernel or the quota file or for loading them to a quota file.
#vznetstat
Utility that prints network traffic usage statistic by Containers.
#vzcpucheck
Utility for checking CPU utilization by Containers.
#vzmemcheck
Utility for checking the Hardware Node and Container current memory parameters.
#vzcalc
Utility to calculate resource usage by a Container.
#vzcheckovr
Utility to check the current system overcommitment and safety of the total resource control settings.
#vzstat
Utility to monitor the Hardware Node and Container resources consumption in real time.
#vzpid
Utility that prints Container id the process belongs to.
#vzsplit
Utility to generate Container configuration file sample, “splitting” the Hardware Node into equal parts.
#vzcfgscale
Utility to scale the Container configuration.
#vzcfgvalidate
Utility to validate Container configuration file correctness.
#vzcfgconvert
Utility to convert Virtuozzo 2.0.2 Container configuration files to Virtuozzo 2.5.x format.
#vzstatrep
Utility to analyze the logs collected by vzlmond and to generate statistics reports on the basis of these logs (in the text and graphical form).
#vzreport
Utility to draw up a problem report and to automatically send it to the Parallels support team.
#vzhwcalc
Utility to scan the main resources on any Linux server and create a file where this information will be specified.
#vzveconvert
Utility to convert the Containers based on Virtuozzo standard OS templates to the EZ template-based ones.
#vznetcfg
Utility to manage network devices on the Hardware Node.
#vzmtemplate
Utility to migrate the installed OS and application templates from the one Hardware Node to another.
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