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  4. Hi, I have a node that I don't want any new VPS accounts on. Is there an option to disable solusvm from adding new accounts to a certain node but not disable any of the accounts already on it.
  5. How to enable VG drivers for KVM VPS's in SoulsVM ?
  6. How to track loads on the server node ? Any configuration needed to track it ?
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  8. High load of node

    you need to check all vps's setup in the server node by shutdown their services to check the cause of high load on the server node
  9. We’d like to share some exciting news about the future of SolusVM. After many successful years as part of the OnApp family of companies, the next chapter has begun for us. Effective June 06th, 2018 Plesk is taking over the assets of SolusVM for an undisclosed amount.With this acquisition, SolusVM will become part of the Plesk product portfolio and development will continue within the agile and highly skilled Plesk R&D team. Plesk is fully committed to both SolusVM partners and customers. Our common goal is to unite our strengths and drive the future growth of the SolusVM suite of tools for your benefit. Together, we will deliver innovative solutions that add significant value for both our partners and end customers.Founded in 1999, Plesk is a leading global WebOps and hosting software company. As of now, Plesk runs on over 380K server installations, hosts +11 million websites and +19 million mailboxes. It’s available in 32 languages, across 140 countries, with over 50% of the top 100 hosting and service providers worldwide partnering with Plesk today. For our valued partners and customers, there will only be one immediate change. As a direct result of the acquisition, all existing SolusVM partnership agreements and customer contracts will be directly assumed by Plesk. SolusVM business continues as usual, and your existing SolusVM accounts and support contacts will remain the same.We would like to sincerely thank you for your business, and your trust in us. We’re looking forward to continuing our partnership and providing you with innovative solutions and services long into the future.We’ve put together a short FAQ that you might find helpful - you can find it at: https://solusvm.com/plesk-faq.In the meantime, if you have any questions about this news, please don’t hesitate to contact us via our support portal.Best Regards,Phill Bandelow and the SolusVM team.
  10. I have SolusVM linked to our WHMCS accounts. Everything works great but the graph images are blocked because they load through SSL that has no qualified certificate. A link example is: https://104.104.9.100:5656/graphs/__client/__161/_bandwidth_c02e066b70ddcb5dd9e81ca91903ad68-ae255c794b8ea879620942ef02944b39.png Is there a way to get these images to load from a qualified SSL cert so they are not broken in WHMCS?
  11. Is there any tool for us to control or block the VPS sending a specific number of emails from the server.
  12. Convert master into slave

    Will this erase everything on the master being changed to a slave?
  13. meaning of slave and master

    As per your requirements, you will need have two dedicated servers for creating OpenVZ and KVM vps's, you can't deploy both VPS's on same server.
  14. Change plan under KVM doesn't update disk space

    This is not a feature of SolusVM, look at alternatives like virtualizor which do this automatically with a reboot without the need for Gparted.
  15. High load of node

    You can make a script on that particular VPS to shut down it or restart if it goes beyond a given load. This will prevent your other VPS on same node from going down or getting high load. Here is the tutorial to develop the same.
  16. Yes, a single VPS in OpenVZ can bring down your whole node elsewise can surely effect the performance of all the other VPS/containers of the node. If you are facing the problem with any particular container due to which your main node is getting effected then you can deploy a script to shut that VPS automatically or restart it when it goes beyond a given defined limit. Here is a small tutorial for the same if needed : https://www.basezap.com/script-to-restart-server-if-load-increases-above-a-given-limit/
  17. KVM Templates

    Did it ever get fixed?
  18. Resize KVM partition

    YES Virtualizor expands KVM disk size upon reboot not on a live VPS, so your software lacks very basic functionality which has been there for years and there has been no data loss or corruption that has ever happened from doing this. SolusVM developers are just not capable of making this happen, which is sad for you guys, hire better developers.
  19. VNC Server Won't Connect

    Hi, i try to connect my app to a virtual server through VNC. I get this error message. Will gladly provide any information require.
  20. From SolusVM >> Reinstall I want to chose my own OS Avatar Image. How it possible to do? (Any option?)
  21. Rescue Mode not starting for KVM

    Hi, How are you booting the VPS into the rescue mode? Can you share more details on this that would be helpful to identify what exactly you are doing, so guys here can advise you more clearly..
  22. Windows Server 2016 + KVM Template = Not Working

    Hi, What issue you are getting while creating the KVM template? can you paste the output of the template creation here.
  23. resize not working on own templates

    Hi, Did you perform any custom partitioning inside the VM? You can create a VM with no swap partition and then try creating template from it..
  24. Create Template

    Hi, You can create a VPS with a template, configure it as you want, shutdown the VPS, and then from the SolusVM panel, you can use the create template feature provided by SolusVm. Check the below screenshot url: Screnshot
  25. Not enough available disk space left on node

    Hi, I can see that you have utilized all the available space and no more space is left for virtualization use. You did not mention what type of virutalization technology you are using on this server, but the partitioning is not proper and LVM for /home should be umounted and removed because for KVM and Xen, you should have Volume group with free space. so if you created all the LVM from it, then there is no space for the VPS to be deployed.. # umount /dev/mapper/volume-home # lvremove /dev/volume/home Once you do this, you will free space in volume group using below command: # vgdisplay The above is for KVM and Xen. If you are using OpenVZ, use below: # umount /dev/volume/home # mount /dev/volume/home /vz
  26. I have space, I'm using LVM, but it does not create the cloud. [root@localhost ~]# fdisk -l Disk /dev/sda: 1000.2 GB, 1000204886016 bytes, 1953525168 sectors Units = sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes Disk label type: dos Disk identifier: 0x0004c3c6 Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System /dev/sda1 * 2048 2099199 1048576 83 Linux /dev/sda2 2099200 123226111 60563456 8e Linux LVM /dev/sda3 123226112 1953523711 915148800 8e Linux LVM Disk /dev/mapper/centos-root: 53.7 GB, 53687091200 bytes, 104857600 sectors Units = sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes Disk /dev/mapper/centos-swap: 8321 MB, 8321499136 bytes, 16252928 sectors Units = sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes Disk /dev/mapper/volume-home: 937.1 GB, 937108176896 bytes, 1830289408 sectors Units = sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes
  27. Create Template

    Sorry, couldn't find exactly what I was looking for. I have openvz. I am taking a fully installed Debian 9 or Ubuntu 16.04 container and creating a template. I do everything required to add it to the template list I install on a new machine, and the machine just doesn't start. What am I missing here, something stupid? Happens every time. Thanks
  28. SolusVM module

    Hi, I installed WHMCS and SolusVM, but I'm unable to find SolusVM module in the installed WHMCS, I contacted with WHMCS support they said that I need to contact to SolusVM support. You may also verify from the attached screen shot, Please guide us 93.157.63.65 - SolusVM Enterprise Monthly License - 802409 (Active - Next Due Date: 2018-04-19)
  29. I am trying to create a Windows Server 2016 template but since the default cpu type of KVM is not supported by Windows Server 2016 the template I created is not working. I have to change the CPU type of the VM I am made with the template to 'Host Model' for get it working. The VM is being created from WHMCS. Can someone help?
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