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#1159 Support delays for the next 24hours

Posted by SolusVM on 18 October 2009 - 07:15 PM

We have had an influx of new customers due to the exploits found in Veportal 2.0. This in turn has stretched our support to the limit and ticket replies are taking up to an hour or two to be answered.

Anyone requiring assistance should still contact support via the normal channels and not via PM on these forums.

If you need your server converting from Veportal to SolusVM you must also submit a ticket.

Thanks for your patience.
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#493 OS Templates For The Community

Posted by Mike on 01 September 2009 - 05:23 PM


I will be creating OS templates of all kinds as I know there is a demand for them.

These templates will include;


I will also create the above templates with their compatible software's such as Fantastico, RvSkins and so on.

If you have suggestions or ideas please PM me.

If you want a personalized template I will charge $5 per personalized template.

I will make a thread in the tutorials section when they are released.

I will also make a thread in the General Discussion forum now for you all to have a word.

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#3 SolusVM Release Schedule

Posted by Dave A on 30 May 2009 - 09:59 AM

<TABLE border=0 cellSpacing=1 cellPadding=6 width="90%" bgColor=#666666><TBODY><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffd2 align=left>SolusVM Version</TD><TD bgColor=#ffffd2 align=left>Description</TD><TD bgColor=#ffffd2 align=left>Release Date</TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff align=left></TD><TD bgColor=#ffffff align=left></TD><TD bgColor=#ffffff align=left></TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff align=left></TD><TD bgColor=#ffffff align=left></TD><TD bgColor=#ffffff align=left></TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff align=left>SolusVM Multi</TD><TD bgColor=#ffffff align=left>Mulit-server KVM & OpenVZ based.</TD><TD bgColor=#ffffff align=left>Mid August 2009 - Only OpenVZ supported, KVM & XEN will be added as updates at a later date.</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>

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#126 Installation Server

Posted by Dave A on 14 August 2009 - 08:52 AM


The install server doesn't come online until 8pm tonight (GMT) but you are welcome to order your trial licenses / full licenses now. We will send an email out with install instructions when the server is online.


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#21660 SolusVM Premium For WHMCS {Preview}

Posted by tension on 20 November 2016 - 08:07 PM









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#21519 Migrate Xen PV (LVM) -> KVM (LVM)

Posted by stardot on 16 December 2015 - 04:30 PM

Here's the high level steps I took to migrate :


To migrate from Xen -> KVM with Solus :

1. create new vps with KVM with exact disk / ram (maybe 1gb above because space is not always exact)
2. shut down new vps
3. lvsnapshot existing LVM (not necessary if you can shut it down)
4. dd existing XEN LVM -> KVM LVM (you need to dd to the KVM LVM's main disk partition, not disk + swap)
5. e2fsck + resize2fs new KVM LVM to correct size differences
6. boot new KVM vps with liveCD (I used CentOS 7 x64 minimal install cd) & boot into troubleshooting
7. chroot the disk
8. modify /etc/fstab /etc/mtab and /boot/grub/grub.conf to change xvda disk label to vda
9. grub-install & run grub to setup the new disk , this installs the boot MBR
10. halt , remove mounted CD, boot off disk, no other changes needed

Note : you need to move IP addresses in Solus to the new KVM. The new VPS will boot up with the old VPS ip addresses set, so the old vps should be turned off to avoid IP conflict.

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#21517 Migrate Xen PV (LVM) -> KVM (LVM)

Posted by stardot on 12 December 2015 - 04:08 PM



I've been trying for the past few weeks to migrate my Xen PV servers which use LVM for storage to my newly installed and integrated Solus KVM servers, which also use LVM.


There is a lot of (sparse) documentation out there for various guides and strategies which mainly focus on ensuring that disk labels, grub configs and console labels and whatnot get changed when you migrate. This type of thing makes sense and I never had problems doing it.


The problems I've encountered is simply when I dd the Xen LVM -> KVM LVM, the disk doesnt boot. The KVM Bios sees no disks whatsoever. I'm kind of at a loss because I'm not even getting to the point where the kernel wont boot or find the partitions because of configuration disk labelling issues and whatnot.


I'm not sure what I'm missing and I wanted to avoid rsyncing the filesystem from Xen -> KVM, as I'd prefer the cleanest method possible. Once I figure out the best method to do this I will script and automate the entire process with a shell or python script (which I would be fine sharing here as well).


Any ideas why a Xen PV LVM image wont boot on KVM with a straight DD copy?



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#21370 NeWorld 2.0 For SolusVM Theme!

Posted by tension on 04 August 2015 - 07:44 AM

VPS List



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#21033 Delete a OpenVz Template file tar.gz

Posted by dhaivatnaik on 13 March 2015 - 08:34 AM

Can anybody Help me out with this ?

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#21029 Delete a OpenVz Template file tar.gz

Posted by dhaivatnaik on 12 March 2015 - 01:02 AM

I have solusvm admin access. I want to delete few templates that i have created. By templates i mean the actuall template file stored on the server "templatename.tar.gz"


I donot see any option to delete those. Also how to connect to SSH or FTP of the SolusVM server. If somehow i can connect to the server FTP or SSH i can find the file and delete.


Please guide me with this issue.



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#21016 LXC support

Posted by mike503 on 08 March 2015 - 05:04 AM

I've been using LXC for a variety of things lately, and it seems much cleaner and integrated with the kernel than OpenVZ. Out of the box OpenVZ has way too many tunable options. LXC is simpler and provides a more modern approach to long-running containers (to me it feels like the evolution of OpenVZ)


It is pretty close to the same commands as well to start, stop, destroy, etc... would be awesome if SolusVM could deal with LXC-based containers the way it does with OpenVZ ones.


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#20865 Solus control panel shows 8 TB memory in VM

Posted by pcmarche on 04 January 2015 - 01:03 PM

WORKS,thanks a lot

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#20299 SolusVM is now part of OnApp

Posted by yourweb on 16 September 2014 - 08:19 AM

Send by SolusVM:



Hi forum user,
You've probably noticed the big "watch this space" message we’ve had on the SolusVM homepage for the last few weeks. Well, here's our big news… SolusVM is now part of OnApp!

I'm really excited about this move, and I've been itching to share it with you. OnApp is one of the most exciting and innovative companies in cloud computing today.
As part of OnApp, we have the backing of a large, successful and very well-funded business, and the support of a team of really smart, switched-on people who know hosting inside out, and who care about what SolusVM customers need.

So, what does this mean for SolusVM?
We're not changing the fundamental purpose of SolusVM. SolusVM was designed as a fast and streamlined way to deploy and manage your virtual servers. Now we’ll be able to focus even more time and energy to make it the best it can possibly be.

One of the most exciting things we’re planning to do is to open up SolusVM to OnApp’s global network of clouds - otherwise known as the OnApp Federation - so you can deploy virtual servers on cloud infrastructure all over the world, on demand. That’s going to be pretty awesome and we should be introducing the first beta before the end of the year.
We also hope to expand the range of templates available with SolusVM, too.

What else?
As part of the OnApp team I’ll continue leading the development of SolusVM, and we’ll be building up the SolusVM development team too.
Apart from that, and a few little changes to the website, you shouldn’t see any real difference to the way you buy and use SolusVM today. SolusVM is going to keep improving and keep delivering what we know you guys all rely on.
With the backing and resources of OnApp, we’re going to be able to keep doing that, long into the future. And that, pure and simple, is why we've made this move.

Join our webinar to find out more
I’m sure you’ll have questions and I'd love to hear what you think. Together with OnApp's CEO, Ditlev Bredahl, we’ll be running a webinar on 25th September where we’ll give you more detail on our plans, and answer any questions you might have. 

You can register for the webinar, read the press release and FAQs and ask questions here: http://onapp.com/solusvm

These are exciting times, and I can't wait to get started on the next phase of our journey with SolusVM. I look forward to telling you more!

Best regards,
Phill Bandelow
Founder, SolusVM

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#14929 Win a macbook air!August 2011 Giveaway!

Posted by yourweb on 29 August 2011 - 09:10 PM

From time to time we like to give something back to our customers and theres no better way than giving you a chance to win a fantastic prize.
The prize we are giving away this time is a brand new MacBook Air! worth $1,599
Posted Image[h=4]Specification[/h]
  • 13.3-inch (diagonal) high-resolution LED-backlit glossy widescreen display
  • 1.7GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 with 3MB shared L3 cache processor
  • 4GB of 1333MHz DDR3 onboard memory
  • 256GB flash storage
  • OS X Lion
View full specification
[h=4]How do i enter?[/h]If you hold a full SolusVM license and the license has been active for 30 days or more, you are automatically entered into the prize draw.
[h=4]Who won't be entered?[/h]
  • Clients who only hold a trial license.
  • Clients who have held a full license for less than 30 days.
  • Clients who have purchased their license(s) from a reseller.
[h=4]Whats the cut-off date to enter?[/h]The cut-off date to be entered into the prize draw is October 17th 2011.
[h=4]When do we find out who's won?[/h]The name of the lucky winner will be publicly announced on October 18th 2011.
[h=4]When's the next prize draw?[/h]The next prize draw will be December 2011. We are aiming to giveaway 3 prizes per year.
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#22837 Полезные программы

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#22038 Byron Jacket Barbour Navy

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#21527 Play with solusvm with only on public IP?

Posted by 24x7server on 09 January 2016 - 03:32 PM



You can use natting for this.  Routing all the traffic from public to private internal inside on VM.

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#21368 vzctl 4.9.3

Posted by SolusVM on 27 July 2015 - 09:52 PM

Ubuntu 15.04 systemd console support. Fixes for vzoversell, vzctl umount exit code. New vz.conf parameter FORCE_ROUTE.

[ Change log/downloads... ]

--Kir (talk) 17:52, 27 July 2015 (EDT)

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#21358 Kernel RHEL6 testing 042stab110.2

Posted by SolusVM on 21 July 2015 - 02:41 PM

Many bug fixes.

[ Change log/downloads... ]

--SergeyB (talk) 10:41, 21 July 2015 (EDT)

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#21335 Module WHMCS solusvmpro Customatization

Posted by Abueloton on 25 June 2015 - 03:11 AM

such, I am doing a whmcs module, where module SolusVM functions are included, the problem is I can not add my code, because the solusvmpro module is coded, there is no alternative SolusVM pro module.
My module comprises:
SolusVM functions (start-off-hostname- etc)
Installation features:
-Instalacion Game console (SSH instructions, I program).
-Resets game console within the vps etc.
As I can integrate my module in the module solusvmpro

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