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    yourweb

    SolusVM is now part of Plesk

    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.
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    Hi, That partition looks to okay. Remember, you don't have to create LVM in the partition, so you can just create 3 main partition and keep the rest as it is. The 3 partitions are; /boot -> 1 GB / -> 50-80 GB swap -> same as RAM. Keep the rest unpartitioned, so later on you can create Volume group that can be used for LVM creation by solusvm..
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    KVM rescue mode – introduced in SolusVM 1.20.05 – is a new way to empower your clients. With rescue mode your clients have the ability to perform self-service, repairing downed virtual machines. Rescue mode allows you and your clients to boot their downed virtual machines into a minimal install of Debian linux. Here they can either repair the VM, or backup their data for restoration. We’ll quickly go over how to use rescue mode. Upon logging into SolusVM, choose the virtual machine that needs booted into rescue mode. Upon choosing the VM, click on the new rescue mode icon available in the dashboard. In the rescue mode admin, you’ll be able to choose the rescue mode image that you would prefer to use. In most cases the 64 bit kernel will work best. Confirm that you would like to put the VM into rescue mode. Please note, if the virtual machine is NOT down, it will be rebooted. In most instances if your virtual machine is online, it will not require rescue mode enabled. After confirmation, your VM will be booted into rescue mode, and you’ll receive the temporary SSH details that can be used to repair your virtual machine. Once you have repaired your virtual machine, you can now disable rescue mode. Upon disabling rescue mode, the VM will be rebooted into your primary operating system. Service providers, would you like to share this document with your clients? You can download the screenshots here. The post Using the new KVM Rescue Mode, with SolusVM 1.20.05 appeared first on SolusVM. View the full article
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    zonenet

    Hardware Recommendation

    Hi Guys Thanks for the feedback. initially will be E3 and E5 16xx series cpu due to the requirement of higher clock speed, we will also add dual E5 later
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